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PURPOSE A 3-dimensional finite element analysis was performed to evaluate the influence of implant type and length, as well as that of bone quality, on the stress/strain in bone and implant. … Continue Reading
OBJECTIVES Although bone loss around implants is reported as a complication when it progresses uncontrolled, resorption does not always lead to implant loss, but may be the result of biomechanical… Continue Reading
PURPOSE There is no clear evidence of the factors that could improve implant biomechanics in the posterior maxilla. Thus, a finite element analysis was performed to investigate the effect of… Continue Reading
PURPOSE There are no entire maxillary finite element analysis models available, as a base of reference for the dimensions of conventional segment finite element analysis models. The objectives of… Continue Reading
Average marginal bone resorption of about 1 mm after the first year of functional loading, which is followed by an annual loss of approximately 0.1 mm, has been reported in stable implants. However,… Continue Reading
Developed herein is a diastereoselective synthesis of CF3-substituted spiroisochromans via C(sp3)-H bond functionalization involving sequential transformations ([1,5]-hydride… Continue Reading