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BIOMECHANICAL ASSESSMENT OFTHESTRESS-STRAIN STATUS OFSPLINTING STRUCTURES AND TEETH PERIODONTIUM IN CASE OF CHRONIC P
The authors have proposed an all-cast pin splint, whose technological feature is the ceramic lining of the over-the-bar part, which acts as a covering aesthetic structure, provides better distribution of the functional load and binds firmly mobile teeth affected by chronic moderate localized periodontitis. The paper offers a view at the outcomes of a comparative analysis of the stress-strain state of periodontal tissues, teeth, and cortical bone in chronic moderate localized periodontitis atdoi:10.35630/2199-885x/2020/10/4.34 fatcat:yert2kk74fhvvla4yjt3rukmuq