To understand the impact of the occlusal force, there is a need to comprehend the natural systems of the real teeth. These have been discussed in the following section. In the cases of natural teeth, the PDL is found to accept and absorb the different compressive and tensile forces. These are done by the means of the microrotation that occurs in the teeth owing to the process of loading. The length of the root in this schema plays an important role. The longer the root, the lower the load distribution in the teeth (15). This is based on the crestal bone. The sensory regulation that is found in the masticatory process is found to be in the mechanoreceptors that are found in the PDL. The temporomandibular joint that is found in the muscles and the muscosa is based on the limitation of the maximum bite force and the discomfort in the endodontic-treated teeth. These are found to be appropriately designed studies. It can be concluded form this process that the periodontal tissue is major limited factors. These have been supported in the previous analysis and studies that have been made. The masticatory functions in the case of implants have been explained in the following to understand its role in the processes.
In the cases of implant loading, there is a distinction that is found to exist between the static and a dynamic load. In the cases of statis load, there is a force that arises. To elucidate with an example, the splinting of the prosthetic superstructures is found to act on the implant and the surmounting bones. These cannot be compensation owing to the lack of a PDL. The dynamic implant loading is the force where the implant is exposed through the process of mastication. This is found to be transmitted to the surmounting bond based on the elastic deformation. The elasticity shows slight deflection. This is not equivalent to the cases of the ODL. The loads are distributed unevenly in these cases. The crestal region that is found in the alveolar process is the factor where there is maximum loading. This is shown in the cases of finite element analyses and in the cases of photometric measurements. In this schema, if loading is found to take place along the implant axis, there can be highest force that is observed in the apical region. The load is found in the crestal bone along the angulated implants. The degree of the loading is dependent on the angle of incidence along the force vector. The Transverse forces are the force that moves the most with the patients who have bruxism. These are related directly to the crestal bone.