In vivo registration of force development with ceramic and acrylic resin occlusal materials on implant-supported prostheses.

@article{Bassit2002InVR,
  title={In vivo registration of force development with ceramic and acrylic resin occlusal materials on implant-supported prostheses.},
  author={Roger Bassit and H{\aa}kan Lindstr{\"o}m and Bo R Rangert},
  journal={The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants},
  year={2002},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={17-23}
}
PURPOSE It has been hypothesized that the shock generation on implant-supported prostheses during chewing should generate higher implant loads if the veneering material is porcelain rather than acrylic resin. MATERIALS AND METHODS The present study uses strain-gauged abutments to measure the force transferred to the implant after a shock has been applied. This was measured in vitro and in vivo in 5 patients. RESULTS The different occlusal materials did not lead to different forces generated… CONTINUE READING
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