Análisis biomecánico comparativo entre coronas individuales y restauraciones ferulizadas implanto soportadas mediante el uso del método de los elementos finitos

A dental implant is a device that replaces a missingtooth root. Dental implants have been widely usedin oral rehabilitation treatment. The scientificmanagement of dental implants can be carried outin clinics or by some numerical method, such asfinite element method, to evaluate or predict itsperform...

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Autores Principales: Guerrero, José A., C. Martínez, Diana, Méndez M., Luis M.
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2011
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10901/15194
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Sumario:A dental implant is a device that replaces a missingtooth root. Dental implants have been widely usedin oral rehabilitation treatment. The scientificmanagement of dental implants can be carried outin clinics or by some numerical method, such asfinite element method, to evaluate or predict itsperformance. In this paper a finite element analysispresents, which was validated by statistical analysisof medical records. The study was commissionedto compare the biomechanical behavior ofsplinted restorations to individual crowns in theposterior region of the mandible. For the study,it employed three different types of materials thatare used clinically. Greater efforts were observed inindividual crowns and a very similar strain for allthree types of material used. Also, it detected thesites of major stress in the lower jaw bone.