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Current applications of computerized occlusal analysis in dental medicine


, : Current applications of computerized occlusal analysis in dental medicine. General Dentistry 49(5): 521-530

A computer system has been developed that can accurately record occlusal contact events in real time in a dynamic "movie" form. The literature regarding this computer technology and the currently understood clinical applications in which measurable precise occlusal endpoints can be obtained is reviewed.

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