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By Muhammad Ikman Ishak

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ISBN-13: 9783642326028

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This publication exhibits computational finite aspect simulations to examine the power of implant anchorage for intrasinus and extramaxillary techniques below quite a few occlusal loading destinations and instructions. third-dimensional version of the craniofacial sector surrounding the area of curiosity, tender tissue and framework are built utilizing computed tomography picture datasets. The zygomatic and traditional dental implants are modeled utilizing a traditional computer-aided layout software program and put on the applicable situation. fabric houses are assigned thoroughly for the cortical, cancellous bones and implants with Masseter forces utilized on the zygomatic arch and occlusal loadings utilized at the framework surface.

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9. Quality and quantity of the available bone [2, 14, 8]. 10. Type of food [8]. The shape of occlusal surface contact or the intercuspal position of prostheses and natural teeth gives a significant influence on force transmission from implants to bone [2]. As mentioned earlier, the force is resolved into two main components, which are the vertical and horizontal force components, and this process is referred as vector resolution [5, 15]. The vertical component acts only in the occlusoapical direction, while the horizontal component operates into two directions, the buccolingual and mesio-distal directions.

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