In Vitro Measurement Of Insertion Torque, Removal Torque And Resonance Frequency Analysis Of Implants Placed Into Simulated Bony Defects
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Ft. Bragg United States
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Adequate Primary Implant Stability is the most important factor in predicting dental implant osseointegration and long-term success. Measurements of insertion torque, removal torque, and resonance frequency analysis are parameters used to evaluate primary and secondary implant stability. Aims To evaluate the effects of simulated bony defects placed adjacent to dental implants have on insertion torque, removal torque and resonance frequency analysis.
- Medicine and Medical Research