Biomechanical risk factors for implantosupported prostheses — literature review

Admin Dental Press

Edition V06N01 | Year 2012 | Editorial Artigo Inédito | Pages 76 to 87

Marcio Borges Rosa, Tomas Albrektsson, Carlos Eduardo Francischone, Humberto Osvaldo Schwartz Filho, Ann Wennerberg

Introduction: The masticatory efforts applied over the prosthesis implant-supported may compromise the success of treatment. Implants are susceptible to various risk factors, including the biomechanics of order, involving the understanding of applied occlusal loads or overloads on all components of the biological system (bone and periodontal support) and mechanical (prosthesis-implant components).
Objective: The purpose of this review is to discuss the risk factors of order biomechanics and its influence on the success of implant prostheses.
Conclusions: The authors concluded that the control of biomechanical loads received by the implant-prosthesis are critical to the longevity of the treatment, because they act directly on the prosthesis, screws, intermediate, implant and bone support.

Dental implants, Risk factors, Prostheses and implants,

Rosa MB, Albrektsson T, Francischone CE, Schwartz Filho HO, Wennerberg A. Caracterização micrométrica das superfícies dos implantes das cinco maiores companhias do mercado brasileiro. Parte I: Implantes da Neodent. Dental Press Implantol. 2012 Jan-Mar;6(1):76-87.

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