Mats Ander

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BACKGROUND When an implant is inserted in the bone the healing process starts to osseointegrate the implant by creating new bone that interlocks with the implant. Biomechanical interlocking capacity is commonly evaluated in in vivo experiments. It would be beneficial to find a numerical method to evaluate the interlocking capacity of different surface(More)
OBJECTIVES When implants are inserted, the initial implant stability is dependent on the mechanical stability. To increase the initial stability, it was hypothesized that bone condensation implants will enhance the mechanical stability initially and that the moderately rough surface will further contribute to the secondary stability by enhanced(More)
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