The increasing stress values of materials of restoration models were as follows: LU < VE < VMII.
When evaluated from the material standpoint, VMII was the only material showing failure (Figure 5(c)).
Additionally, restorations with VMII had the lowest von Mises and maximum principle values in enamel, compared to other materials for both designs pointing out that materials with high elastic modulus are capable of protecting sound enamel tissue by transmitting less stress.
The overall failure probabilities of the models in this study showed that although ME with VMII was very successful under normal occlusal functional loads it could not resist high occlusal loads.
In this study we got a consistent result with this finding that VMII having highest m value and lowest characteristic strength did not show stress accumulation under normal occlusal loads.