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Title: Dynamic and static load performance of dental biomaterial systems with conical implant-abutment connections
Authors: Basgil, Mehmet Can
Kurtoğlu, Cem
Soygun, Koray
Uslan, Yunus
Demir, Teyfik
Keywords: Dental implant
dynamic loading
horizontal gap
internal conical connection
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: IOS Press BV
Source: Basgil, M. C., Kurtoglu, C., Soygun, K., Uslan, Y., and Demi?r, T. (2020). Dynamic and static load performance of dental biomaterial systems with conical implant-abutment connections. Bio-medical materials and engineering, (Preprint), 1-10.
Abstract: BACKGROUND: The stability of the implant-abutment interface is an important factor that influences load distribution on the marginal bone. OBJECTIVE: In this study, three dental implants with the same connection were subjected to different dynamic loading cycles. The fracture strengths and the horizontal compatibility of implants were assessed. METHODS: Eighty four implant specimens were embedded in a polyacetal cylinder as simulated bone loss of 3 mm from the implant platform. Three of the implants were used to determine the endurance limit. The other specimens were subdivided into four subgroups (n = 6): three for dynamic + static loading, and one for static loading (control group). The tests were performed by applying a compression load. The dynamic loading experiments included three different cycles with endurance upper limit loads at a frequency of 10 Hz. RESULTS: The differences between the fracture strength values of the implant brands were found to be statistically significant. However, there were no meaningful differences between the fracture strength values of implants of the same brand. The specimens of the DTI implant system had the lowest strength (647.9 +/- 41.5 N) and the SEM analysis indicated that the Implantium implant system had the shortest horizontal gaps. CONCLUSIONS: There was a negative correlation between the fracture strengths and size of the microgaps. The importance of these in vitro results needs to be validated by clinical trials because the loads in the mouth can be applied from various angles.
ISSN: 1878-3619
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