Influence of connector design and material composition and veneering on the stress distribution of all-ceramic fixed dental prostheses: a finite element study.

@article{Mllers2011InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of connector design and material composition and veneering on the stress distribution of all-ceramic fixed dental prostheses: a finite element study.},
  author={Kristina M{\"o}llers and Wiebke P{\"a}tzold and D. Parkot and Armin Kirsten and Jan-Frederik G{\"u}th and Daniel Edelhoff and Horst Fischer},
  journal={Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={e171-5}
}
OBJECTIVES Finite element analysis is a standard method to simulate the stress distribution in all-ceramic dental restorations in order to estimate the loading capacity of the brittle components. The hypothesis of this study was that stresses in the connector area of a veneered FDP are strongly influenced by the framework dimensions and the veneering material. METHODS Finite element analyzes of bilayered fixed dental prostheses with three different framework-designs and three different… CONTINUE READING

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