Numerical simulations of canine retraction with T-loop springs based on the updated moment-to-force ratio.

@article{Kojima2012NumericalSO,
  title={Numerical simulations of canine retraction with T-loop springs based on the updated moment-to-force ratio.},
  author={Yukio Kojima and Hisao Fukui},
  journal={European journal of orthodontics},
  year={2012},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={
          10-8
        }
}
The purpose of this study was to develop a new finite element method for simulating long-term tooth movements and to compare the movement process occurring in canine retraction using a T-loop spring having large bends and with that having small bends. Orthodontic tooth movement was assumed to occur in the same manner as the initial tooth movement, which was controlled by the moment-to-force (M/F) ratios acting on the tooth. The M/F ratios were calculated as the reaction forces from the spring… CONTINUE READING

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