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July-December 2014 | Vol 4 | Issue 2

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From the Editor's desk: Finite element analysis
Finite element analysis Almost every issue of the Journal of Dental Implants in the recent past has carried a finite element analysis (FEA) study in the "Original Articles" section, bu...
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Original Article
Influence of implant with different dimensions and designs in ideal stress distribution in bone for application in compromised situations: Analysis by three-dimensional finite element method
Background : To determine the value and direction of the stress and strain across the different implants placed in the bone when loaded with normal or heavy forces; with either a healthy or com...
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Original Article
Maxillary sinus floor augmentation with vegetal hydroxyapatite "versus" demineralized bovine bone: A randomized clinical study with a split-mouth design
Purpose: The objective of this paper was to compare histologically and histomorphometrically a hydroxyapatite originated by algae (Algipore) versus demineralized bovine bone (Bio-Oss Geistlich ...
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Stress analysis of dental implants
Natural teeth consist of the crown and the root. Due to periodontal disease or by an injury, a natural root may be damaged, and it may be incapable of supporting the teeth and bear chewing forces. Und...
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Original Article
Assessment of hard and soft tissue changes around Implants: A clinico-radiographic in vivo study
Introduction: Microbial plaque is the main etiologic factor which causes disease in soft tissue around dental implants. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the bone level around implants ...
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