Influence of Deformation and Stress between Bone and Implant from Various Bite Forces by Numerical Simulation Analysis

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Abstract

Endosseous oral implant is applied for orthodontic anchorage in subjects with multiple tooth agenesis. Its effectiveness under orthodontic loading has been demonstrated clinically and experimentally. This study investigates the deformation and stress on the bone and implant for different bite forces by three-dimensional (3D) finite element (FE) methods. A numerical simulation of deformation and stress distributions around implants was used to estimate the survival life for implants. The model was applied to determine the pattern and distribution of deformations and stresses within the endosseous implant and on supporting tissues when the endosseous implant is used for orthodontic anchorage. A threaded implant was placed in an edentulous segment of a human mandible with cortical and cancellous bone. Analytical results demonstrate that maximum stresses were always located around the implant neck in marginal bone. The results also reveal that the stress for oblique force has the maximum value followed by the horizontal force; the vertical force causes the stress to have the minimum value between implant and bone. Thus, this area should be preserved clinically to maintain the structure and function of a bone implant.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2827953
JournalBioMed Research International
Volume2017
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Bite Force
Bone
Orthodontics
Bone and Bones
Computer simulation
Mandible
Tooth
Neck
Stress concentration
Survival
Tissue
Finite element method

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