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Centric Relation

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High impact information on Centric Relation

  • This study investigated variations in occlusal prematurities and condylar positions using different methods of determining centric relation [6].
  • An appraisal of the literature on centric relation. Part III [7].
  • Mean MOF and AOF with the teeth in centric relation were respectively 99.6 +/- 22.2 and 89.0 +/- 19.4 N with significant relationships between both MOF and AOF and body mass [8].
  • Kinematographic traces enable an assessment of jaw movements in the sagittal and coronal planes and the relationship of centric relation to centric occlusion can be determined [9].

Anatomical context of Centric Relation

  • If the direction and magnitude of the deflective occlusal contact can be correlated with the TMJ radiographs, the centric relation is ""functional,'' and the clinically retruded mandibular position should be used [10].

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  10. Anterior condylar displacement: its diagnosis and treatment. Weinberg, L.A. The Journal of prosthetic dentistry. (1975) [Pubmed]
  11. Centrically related casts. Part 1: a two-step method for recording centric relation. Young, J.L. Journal of the Missouri Dental Association. (1979) [Pubmed]
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