Kişiye Özel Temporamandibular Eklem Protezinin Tasarlanması ve Katmanlı İmalat Teknolojisi ile Üretimi
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The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is a small joint located at the junction of the skull and the lower jaw in front of the ear. It provides movement and function of the lower jaw (mandible). Any damage (usually trauma, infection, tumor, ankylosis or idiopathic resorption) causes the jaw to fail to function properly or completely lose its function. Based on the findings of the research, many methods have been tried to treat the temporomandibular joint disorders encountered in more women from the past to the present. Initially, there were temporary solutions, but these were replaced by bone graft transplants and implant applications. While bone graft transplants were a good solution in the first place, it was the tendency to implant applications based on the idea that it could be more compatible with the developing technology. On the other hand, many years of implant designs, productions and clinical studies are taking place in the market. In this thesis, “Design of Custom made Temporomandibular Joint Implant” has been developed by using ‘Additive Manufacturing’ method which are called new production technology and offering new design opportunities and using by advanced ‘Design’ techniques along with radiological images of patient.
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