Finite Element Analysis of Subsurface Damage of Ceramic Protheses in Simulated Intraoral Dental Resurfacing
Finite element analysis (FEA) was used to investigate the stress fields and the degrees of subsurface damage of ceramic prostheses in simulated intraoral dental resurfacing operations using clinical diamond burs. A two-dimensional finite element model was established with the dental operational parameters and the material properties as input variables. This model enabled to predict the stress fields and to evaluate the depths of subsurface damage in ceramic prostheses as functions of the dental...[Show more]
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