Evaluation of design parameters of osseointegrated dental implants using finite element analysis

H. J. Chun, S. Y. Cheong, J. H. Han, S. J. Heo, J. P. Chung, I. C. Rhyu, Y. C. Choi, H. K. Baik, Y. Ku, M. H. Kim

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Abstract

Finite element analyses were performed for various shapes of dental implant to study effects on stress distribution generated in the surrounding jaw bone and to determine an optimal thread shape for even stress distribution. It was found that the square thread shape filleted with a small radius was more effective on stress distribution than other dental implants used in the analyses. Additional analyses were performed on the implant with the thread shape obtained from previous analyses for varying other design parameters, such as the width of thread end and height of thread for various load directions, to determine the optimal dimensions of the implant. Stress distribution was more effective in the case when the width of thread end and the height of thread were 0.5p and 0.46p, respectively, where p is the screw pitch. Then, using the optimal implant thread dimensions determined previously, stress analyses were performed with various screw pitches and implant lengths, to investigate effects on stress distribution and to find the way to reduce the maximum effective stress generated in the jaw bone. Results show that the maximum effective stress decreased not only as screw pitch decreased gradually but also as implant length increased.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)565-574
Number of pages10
JournalJournal of Oral Rehabilitation
Volume29
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002 Jun 1

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Chun, H. J. ; Cheong, S. Y. ; Han, J. H. ; Heo, S. J. ; Chung, J. P. ; Rhyu, I. C. ; Choi, Y. C. ; Baik, H. K. ; Ku, Y. ; Kim, M. H. / Evaluation of design parameters of osseointegrated dental implants using finite element analysis. In: Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. 2002 ; Vol. 29, No. 6. pp. 565-574.
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Evaluation of design parameters of osseointegrated dental implants using finite element analysis. / Chun, H. J.; Cheong, S. Y.; Han, J. H.; Heo, S. J.; Chung, J. P.; Rhyu, I. C.; Choi, Y. C.; Baik, H. K.; Ku, Y.; Kim, M. H.

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