Paper Title:
Biomechanical 3D Analysis of Stress Induced by Orthodontic Implants
  Abstract

The objective of this numerical study was to evaluate the stress induced by orthodontic loading in anchorage implants and surrounding tissues. Orthodontic implants were included in this study. 3D geometrical models were constructed and material characteristics were taken from the literature. Finite element models were created based on the geometry and material characteristics of the screws. Orthodontic horizontal loads of 2 N were applied, and the biomechanical parameters were evaluated by colored scales. The highest von Mises values were recorded around the implant neck area and at the bone-implant interface.

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Liviu MARSAVINA
Pages
199-204
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.399.199
Citation
C. Szuhanek, N. Faur, A. Cernescu, "Biomechanical 3D Analysis of Stress Induced by Orthodontic Implants", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 399, pp. 199-204, 2009
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October 2008
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