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Hypothesized to result in reduced tooth mobility, if the correct fit of removable partial dentures is proposed. During the application of occlusal force on the RPD, the study objectives were to model and compare abutment structures with and without the use of a denture adhesive, as well as the monitoring of abutment periodontal ligaments. Simulations were carried out by applying a bite force on one of the denture segments, with the resulting PDL shrinkage compared to the base model without adhesive layer and the model without. See text]m was observed in the 2nd molar abutment PDL after the adhesive was used, as compared to 42[Formula: see text]m for the model without. The lower effect of RPDs on the supporting abutment teeth could potentially minimize denture wearers' discomfort.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1142/s0219519422500270
Introduction: The aim of the research was to determine the marginal and internal fit of titanium alloy crowns manufactured using the Selective Laser Melting process and CAD/CAM milling. Results: The crowns were made in SLM, a marginal fit that was comparable to milled crowns, a marginal fit, and a marginal fit. The mean deviations for the sintering of tooth 15 and u22120. 031 and +0. 091 for tooth 36 were between 0. 07 and +0. 107 for tooth 15, and +0. 091 for tooth 36, and for tooth 36, u20130. 038 and +0. 110 for tooth 15 and u22120. 039 and +0. 108 for tooth 15, and +0. 101 and +0. 111 for tooth 36, respectively, as well as the milling were 0. 13 and +0. 110 for tooth 15 and +0. 112 Conclusion: Based on the study's results and the experience with therapeutic procedures, it can be concluded that the fitting of titanium alloy crowns in SLM and milling meets the clinical requirements.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ma15175835
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