1 June 1992 Jaw bone tissue state of stress and deformation investigation in process implantation
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The aim of this investigation was studying the regularities of the strain distributions around in- bone implants of various shapes: cone, cylinder, tube, and blade-vent. Secondly, it was to study the force parameters of the cortical and porous bone substance when blade-vent implants of various size which are the distal supports of the bridge-shaped dentures are introduced into the planting bed. By means of the histological radiology method we carried out a study of the upper and lower jaws architectures on the basis of jaw segments investigation. A study was carried out by means of holographic interferometry of compression and tension areas distribution in the skull bones, the upper and lower jaws and temporo mandibular joint area under load. A laser holographic set-up used to obtain interference patterns covering strained and deformed jaws containing introduced implants consisted of a He-Ne laser, mirrors, lenses, a hologram, a VC, a TV monitor, and loading device.
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Michail Ph. Sukharev, Michail Ph. Sukharev, Alexandr L. Tchurajev, Alexandr L. Tchurajev, } "Jaw bone tissue state of stress and deformation investigation in process implantation", Proc. SPIE 1643, Laser Surgery: Advanced Characterization, Therapeutics, and Systems III, (1 June 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.137380; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.137380

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