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By Muhammad Ikman Ishak

This e-book exhibits computational finite aspect simulations to examine the power of implant anchorage for intrasinus and extramaxillary methods below a variety of occlusal loading destinations and instructions. 3-dimensional version of the craniofacial region surrounding the sector of curiosity, gentle tissue and framework are built utilizing computed tomography snapshot datasets. The zygomatic and traditional dental implants are modeled utilizing a standard computer-aided layout software program and positioned on the applicable place. fabric houses are assigned correctly for the cortical, cancellous bones and implants with Masseter forces utilized on the zygomatic arch and occlusal loadings utilized at the framework surface.

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Besides the mesh, elements and nodes creation, the other processes like boundary conditions determination is referred to as ‘‘discretization’’ of the problem domain [14]. Finite element analysis was introduced since 1960s to solve the structural problems in aerospace industry; however, it has been expanded in use in other fields like heat transfer, electromagnet, mass transport and fluid flow. The first application of FEA in implant dentistry started in 1976 by Weinstein et al. [14, 40]. Ever since, FEA was widely applied in that field.

In FEA, researchers can predict the behaviour or pattern of stress distribution at bone-implant interface as well as around the apical part of implant body in cancellous bone [14]. Moreover, through FEA, the complicated geometry of bones or implants can be modelled and solved, in which cannot be done by analytical solution. A complex mechanical problem can be solved into several collections of much smaller and simpler domains or elements by using FEA. The shape function is used to explain and interpolate the field variables.

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