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This study utilized the finite element method (FEM) to predict distribution of stresses in dentin of an endodontically treated tooth, restored with cast post and cores. For this investigation an axisymmetric model of a maxillary second pre-molar that included an alveolar bone was analysed. The three tooth models evaluated were Ti-Ti alloy, NiCr-AuPd alloy(More)
The purpose of this study was to calculate the temperature and thermal stress distribution as a result of hot/cold liquid in the mouth. This numerical study was carried out using three-dimensional finite element models and the tooth model was crowned with Au-Pd alloy, Ni-Cr alloy and porcelain. In the first part of the study, temperature changes as a result(More)
In the first part of this study some physical properties of restorative materials, amalgam, glass-ionomer and composite resin were measured experimentally. In the second part a numerical study was carried out, for which the maxillary second premolar tooth was used. The tooth model was restored with composite resin and amalgam on glass-ionomer, which was(More)
This paper presents the stress analysis of the maxillary second premolar tooth under thermal loading as a result of hot/cold liquid in the mouth using the three-dimensional (3D) finite element method (FEM). The tooth was considered to be in a restored state with composite resin and amalgam on glass-ionomer as the base material. In the first step of the(More)
OBJECTIVES The reliability and validity of the adhesive bond toughness of dentin/composite resin interfaces were studied from the standpoint of fracture mechanics. METHODS The fracture toughness (KIC) and fracture energy (JIC) values of two different composite resins (Brilliant Dentin and P50) were determined by using single edge notch (SEN) specimens(More)
The objective of this study was to calculate stress distribution in a maxillary second premolar tooth which occurred by the mastication force. The tooth model was crowned with Au-Pd alloy, Ni-Cr alloy and porcelain. A load of 450 N, at an angle of 45 degrees to the longitudinal axis was applied on the occlusal margin of the crown tooth. The tooth was(More)
This study investigated the designs of osseointegrated prostheses in cases of free-end partial edentulism using comparative stress interpreted with the three-dimensional finite element method. Three free-end fixed osseointegrated prostheses models with various connection designs (i.e., rigidly connected to an abutment tooth and an implant, rigidly connected(More)
The study was carried out in two stages: (1) MOD amalgam cavities were prepared on maxillary second premolars and three strain gauges were attached to the palatal surface of each tooth. The teeth were filled using amalgam with and without base material (glass-ionomer). Stresses occurred during the hardening phase and also through mastication and were(More)
The removable partial dentures supported by the telescopic crowns are an alternative for directly retained removable partial dentures. The stress distribution on the retainers and the surrounding tissues created by the telescopic and conus crowns of different sizes (4, 5, 6 mm) and taper (0 degrees, 2 degrees, 4 degrees, 6 degrees ) was investigated with(More)
The axisymmetrical finite element method (FEM) was used to compare stress distribution in a maxillary second premolar restored tooth. The three models were evaluated by crowning the tooth with Au-Pd alloy, Ni-Cr alloy and Ti alloy with acrylic. A longitudinal static force, 200 N in magnitude at an angle of 45 degrees was applied on the occlusal margin of(More)