My simulation involves the transmission of a force among bodies of different measure (cm and mm). In particular, in this the following figure you will see the mesh of bodies (0,7 mm element, linear, adapative mesh )
After simulation I get the following deformation
as you can observe the dark blu bodies which envelop the teeth will damage during the dormation process and holes appear on thei surface. Probably the fact is that the thickness of these bodies is 0.3 mm which is smaller than the element size used for meshing. But a reduction in the element size creates doen't provide any solution due to the elevated number of nodes. Thus, I want to create multiple elements within the wall of the bodies, but since the geometry is quite complex mesh sweeping doesn't work (if I select manually the source it keeps to be yellow, unselected) and to create a midsurface I've tried to use virtual cells (virtual topology) by merging all the external faces in one and all the internal faces in the opposite one in order to apply a sweepable mesh, but no chances to work (see image).
Any other tips to solve this issue and get a proper deformation?