FGM’s Foldable Components are manufactured according to standards ASTM F138-13a and ABNT NBR ISSO 5832-1:2008, which define the characteristics of the chemical composition, mechanical properties, the microstructure and the requirements for the application of those materials in implantable products. The components undergo a series of tests, both static fatigue (compression test), and dynamic fatigue. According to the results obtained, the limit resistance force (Flr) reached an average value of 1725N, which corresponds to the static fatigue test of the prosthetic components in the worst scenario (Arcsys 3x6x5.5mm Foldable Abutment, angled to 20°), or rather, a value much higher thatn the study carried out by Ferrario et al (2004), which showed that the average maximum force naturally applied to a single tooth (first molar) of a healthy male adult is 306N.
https://www.fgm.ind.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Logo-FGM.png 0 0 comunicacao https://www.fgm.ind.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Logo-FGM.png comunicacao2019-09-17 00:00:002019-09-17 00:00:00After being folded, isn’t the component more fragilized and subject to fractures?
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