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A simple instrument for the measurement of maximum occlusal force in human dentition.

A simple instrument for the measurement of maximum occlusal force has been developed and the results of an initial clinical trial have been reported. The maximum occlusal force in subjects with dentures was significantly lower than in a group of young male subjects with natural dentition. In the young males the bite force between the molars and premolars was significantly greater than between the incisors. The maximum bite force was not dependent on position for subjects with dentures.[1]

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  1. A simple instrument for the measurement of maximum occlusal force in human dentition. Blamphin, C.N., Brafield, T.R., Jobbins, B., Fisher, J., Watson, C.J., Redfern, E.J. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of engineering in medicine. (1990) [Pubmed]
 
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