Distribúcia prenosu žuvacieho zaťaženia v implantáte a v kosti pri monokortikálnom a bikortikálnom ukotvení enoseálneho implantátu. Analýza pomocou metódy konečných prvkov

Title in English Distribution of chewing load transmission in the implant and the bone where there is monocortical and bicortical anchorage of an endosteal implant. Analysis using the method of finite elements


Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Stomatológ
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Medicine

Field ORL, ophthalmology, stomatology
Keywords dental implant; monocorticai fixation; bicortical fixation; MFA finite elements analysis
Description The aim of this work was to study the influence of load distribution in the bone and in the implant towards the frontal part of the mandible when a monocortical and bicortical endosteal one-stage implant is applied using the method of finite elements analysis (MFA). Depending on the implant location in the bone, it has been found that the extent of stress fields in the bone and the implant are significantly lower in the case of implant location below the surface of the bone both in the case of monocortical and bicortical fixation. MFA has also demonstrated lower generation of stress with bicortical fixation.

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