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In dental medicine, the study of mandibular movement has an important role in oral rehabilitation as it allows diagnosis of pathologies in the temporomandibular joint and the definition of adequate treatment plans. In this paper, a new device specially developed for the acquisition and analysis of 3D mandibular movement is presented. A facial arc is adopted(More)
The peculiar construction of the temporomandibular joint allows the mandible to move according to six degrees of freedom. In Dental Medicine, is essential to know this movement to simulate the tem-poromandibular joints, to position tooth moulds in articulators and to reproduce the mandibular movements in order to insure a satisfactory occlusion. In this(More)
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