Dental implants with conical implant-abutment interface: influence of the conical angle difference on the mechanical behavior of the implant.

@article{Aguirrebeitia2013DentalIW,
  title={Dental implants with conical implant-abutment interface: influence of the conical angle difference on the mechanical behavior of the implant.},
  author={Josu Aguirrebeitia and M. Abasolo and Javier Francisco Vallejo and Ruben Ansola},
  journal={The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={e72-82}
}
PURPOSE Misfit in the conical implant-abutment interface plays an important role on the mechanical behavior of the implant when masticatory forces are applied. The origin of the misfit adopted in this work is a conical angle difference between implant and abutment, which can be due to a combination of design decisions and manufacturing tolerances. The goal of this work was to investigate the effects of the implant-abutment conical angle difference in the following mechanical features… CONTINUE READING

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