Development of patient specific dental implant using 3D printing

Abstract

In the last few years, the mixture of nuclear medicine and the reverse engineering method has confirmed to be an identical key development in the medical field. In contrast, the traditional method has some downsides. For instance, some difficulty presence in matching the well suitable due to the change of patient’s oral state and it takes more attention to meet reliability and comfort. So, the patient-specific prosthesis is required. An additional crucial problem of the patient-specific dental prosthesis is a fabrication method. The prosthesis in dental application is hard to fabricate owing to the multifaceted structures and base material. By the way of ever-growing demands for accuracy, complexity and skin-tight tolerance, traditional methods have turn into unsuccessful for machining them. This paper introduces a methodology for the computer-aided design and additive layer manufacturing of the patient-specific dental implant body for the rehabilitation of teeth. A 3Dimensional model of the dental imperfection is created while the acquirement of helical computed tomography scanning data. Then simulation is made over through software Carestream Dental. Finally, the implant is fixed into the patient’s tooth and the healing phase goes up to 3–6 months depending upon the patient. Then the crown is being fitted. During the healing phase to check the implant’s primary stability, implant stability quotient is checked. The values must be greater than or equal to 50 to attain primary stability. The medical practice exhibited that digital manufacturing and back-engineering software are outstanding mixtures of traits for dental devices designed to withstand tremendous masticatory forces and offer much more flexibility with the customized implant.

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Balamurugan, P., Selvakumar, N. Development of patient specific dental implant using 3D printing. J Ambient Intell Human Comput (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12652-020-02758-6

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Keywords

  • Dental implant
  • Custom-made
  • FEA
  • 3D printing
  • ISQ