Modern implantology is based on the use of endosseous dental implants and on the study of osseointegration processes. The loss of marginal bone around a dental implant can be caused by many factors; the proper distribution of the masticatory loads is important and is closely dependent on the quality and quantity of bone tissue surrounding the implant. In fact, bone has the ability to adapt its microstructure, through processes of resorption and neoformation of new bone matrix, as a result of the mechanical stimuli that are generated during the chewing cycles. The purpose of this article is to redefine in a modern key and in light of current industrial and engineering technology, clinical and biomechanical concepts that characterize the monophasic implants, in order to assess proper use by evaluating the biomechanical differences with the biphasic implants

Biomechanical behaviour of a jawbone loaded with a prosthetic system supported by monophasic and biphasic implants / Inchingolo, Francesco; Paracchini, L.; De Angelis, Francesca; Cielo, A.; Orefici, Alessandro; Spitaleri, D.; Santacroce, Luca; Gheno, E.; Palermo, A.. - In: ORAL & IMPLANTOLOGY. - ISSN 1974-5648. - STAMPA. - 9:Suppl 1/2016 to N 4/2016(2016), pp. 65-70. [10.11138/orl/2016.9.1S.065]

Biomechanical behaviour of a jawbone loaded with a prosthetic system supported by monophasic and biphasic implants

DE ANGELIS, FRANCESCA;
2016

Abstract

Modern implantology is based on the use of endosseous dental implants and on the study of osseointegration processes. The loss of marginal bone around a dental implant can be caused by many factors; the proper distribution of the masticatory loads is important and is closely dependent on the quality and quantity of bone tissue surrounding the implant. In fact, bone has the ability to adapt its microstructure, through processes of resorption and neoformation of new bone matrix, as a result of the mechanical stimuli that are generated during the chewing cycles. The purpose of this article is to redefine in a modern key and in light of current industrial and engineering technology, clinical and biomechanical concepts that characterize the monophasic implants, in order to assess proper use by evaluating the biomechanical differences with the biphasic implants
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