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《Chinese Journal of Prosthodontics》 2000-01
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Three-dimensional finite element analysis of single mandibular molar implant restoration

LI Xiang-xia, HAN Ke, BU Kui-chen, et al. (School of Stomatology, Beijing Medical University, Beijing 100081)  
To study the effects of different designs in single mandibular molar implant restoration on the stress distribution of implant-bone interface. Methods: Three-dimensional finite element method were used. Results: When wide-diameter implant or two-implant were used to replace single mandibular molar, the stress of implant-bone interface was much lower than that of standard-diameter implant restoration. Comparison between wide-diameter implant and two-implant replacement showed that the former created lower stress. The difference was more obvious under oblique loads. Conclusion: Using wide-diameter implant or two-implant to restore single mandibular molar should be recommended in clinical practice. If adequate bone quantity is provided, using wide-diameter implant should be better.
【CateGory Index】: R783
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