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STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS OF RESTORED FIRST MOLAR TOOTH WITH CAVITY OF CLASS II.

VALÁŠEK, J. MARCIÁN, P. ŘEHÁK, K. KRPALEK, D. FLORIAN, Z.

Originální název

STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS OF RESTORED FIRST MOLAR TOOTH WITH CAVITY OF CLASS II.

Anglický název

STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS OF RESTORED FIRST MOLAR TOOTH WITH CAVITY OF CLASS II.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The presented paper is focused on the stress – strain analysis of the restored tooth. For this problem computational modelling was chosen using the finite element method. The tooth is modelled from dentin and dental enamel with a class II cavity. The size of the dental cavity is considered in three sizes and three shapes. For restoration two types of filling materials were used. A physiological model of the tooth was created as well. Force was prescribed on the occlusal surface of the tooth. The analysis of results shows that from the different filling materials, and their interaction with the dental tissues, amalgam is from a mechanical aspect the best material for the restored tooth in the molar segment.

Anglický abstrakt

The presented paper is focused on the stress – strain analysis of the restored tooth. For this problem computational modelling was chosen using the finite element method. The tooth is modelled from dentin and dental enamel with a class II cavity. The size of the dental cavity is considered in three sizes and three shapes. For restoration two types of filling materials were used. A physiological model of the tooth was created as well. Force was prescribed on the occlusal surface of the tooth. The analysis of results shows that from the different filling materials, and their interaction with the dental tissues, amalgam is from a mechanical aspect the best material for the restored tooth in the molar segment.

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BibTex


@article{BUT93057,
  author="Jiří {Valášek} and Petr {Marcián} and Kamil {Řehák} and David {Krpalek} and Zdeněk {Florian}",
  title="STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS OF RESTORED FIRST MOLAR TOOTH WITH CAVITY OF CLASS II.",
  annote="The presented paper is focused on the stress – strain analysis of the restored tooth. For this problem computational modelling was chosen using the finite element method. The tooth is modelled from dentin and dental enamel with a class II cavity. The size of the dental cavity is considered in three sizes and three shapes. For restoration two types of filling materials were used. A physiological model of the tooth was created as well. Force was prescribed on the occlusal surface of the tooth. The analysis of results shows that from the different filling materials, and their interaction with the dental tissues, amalgam is from a mechanical aspect the best material for the restored tooth in the molar segment.",
  chapter="93057",
  number="2",
  volume="19",
  year="2012",
  month="september",
  pages="1--11",
  type="journal article - other"
}