BICĂ, Cristina
May 2013
Metalurgia International;May2013, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p35
Academic Journal
The modelling, simulation and analysis of the biomechankal reactions that occur during denial displacements during orthodontic treatments have been the main objectives of the study. A quantitative analysis of dental displacements and distribution of stress were done with the help of applying gradually increasing forces on the teeth with reduced periodontal support. This shall make possible that the phenomena pertaining to tissues, which are produced by orthodontic forces, could be anticipated.


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