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Effect of Maxillary Implants Region and Loading Condition in the Stress Distribution of Implant-Supported Full-Arch Prosthesis: 3D-FEA

Version 1 : Received: 15 June 2021 / Approved: 15 June 2021 / Online: 15 June 2021 (14:20:23 CEST)

How to cite: Grande, M.F.B.; Teixeira, M.L.; Pelegrine, A.A.; Lopes, G.D.R.S.; Campos, J.F.; Nishioka, R.S. Effect of Maxillary Implants Region and Loading Condition in the Stress Distribution of Implant-Supported Full-Arch Prosthesis: 3D-FEA. Preprints 2021, 2021060407 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202106.0407.v1). Grande, M.F.B.; Teixeira, M.L.; Pelegrine, A.A.; Lopes, G.D.R.S.; Campos, J.F.; Nishioka, R.S. Effect of Maxillary Implants Region and Loading Condition in the Stress Distribution of Implant-Supported Full-Arch Prosthesis: 3D-FEA. Preprints 2021, 2021060407 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202106.0407.v1).

Abstract

The effect of the different dental implants positioning region on the stress performance of the implant-supported prosthesis is not yet clear. This study evaluated the dental treatment with six dental implants in three different models and three different occlusal loading conditions, in terms of the biomechanical response of implants, prosthetic screw and maxilla, using three-dimensional finite element analysis. The finite element models were modelled containing external hexagon implants, as well as a Cobalt-Chromium superstructure. Three types of loads were applied: in the area of ​​the central incisors, first premolar and in the second molars. For the finite element simulations, the von-Mises stress peaks in the implant and in the surrounding cortical bone were analyzed. All recorded results reported higher values ​​for the implant-supported prosthesis in group C compared to the groups A and B. The highest stress values, ​​regardless the evaluated model, was in the prosthesis in group C and in screws, the smallest were in group A.

Keywords

Dental Implants; biomechanical phenomena; dental prosthesis; finite element analysis.

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