alexa Strain Behavior in the Restored Edentulous Mandible Bone

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Strain Behavior in the Restored Edentulous Mandible Bone

Investigations of the biomechanical behavior of hard tissues are of great importance in investigation, design and improvement of biomaterials for teeth annexes. Success of prosthetic treatment is primarily determined by biomechanical compatibility of the designs with the tissues. The reason is that the tissues are not merely a material, but a composite biological system whose reaction to denture masticatory stress is not sufficiently described in the classical theory of elasticity.Read More

 
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