Finite element analysis of the influence of implant inclination, loading position, and load direction on stress distribution

@article{Watanabe2003FiniteEA,
  title={Finite element analysis of the influence of implant inclination, loading position, and load direction on stress distribution},
  author={Fumihiko Watanabe and Yoshiaki Hata and Shigeki Komatsu and Tristan C. Ramos and Hiroshi Fukuda},
  journal={Odontology},
  year={2003},
  volume={91},
  pages={31-36}
}
The selection of the appropriate alignment of an implant and the position of implantation are vital for its longterm success. Excessive load is generated around inclined implants, causing microcracks in the bone, which result in implant loosening and eventual failure. This study was designed to analyze the stress distribution caused by varying the degree of inclination of an implant body and varying the loading position and direction, using the finite-element method of stress analysis. Buccal… CONTINUE READING

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