A working-side change to lateral tooth guidance increases lateral pterygoid muscle activity.

@article{Huang2006AWC,
  title={A working-side change to lateral tooth guidance increases lateral pterygoid muscle activity.},
  author={B Y Huang and Terry Whittle and Greg M Murray},
  journal={Archives of oral biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={51 8},
  pages={
          689-96
        }
}
UNLABELLED The inferior head of lateral pterygoid (IHLP) is thought to play a critical role in the generation and control of lateral jaw movements. AIM The aim was to test the hypothesis that a change to the lateral tooth guidance (working-side occlusal alteration, OA) results in a significant change in the electromyographic (EMG) activity of the IHLP during standardised lateral jaw movements (laterotrusion) tracked by a jaw-tracking system. METHODS Ten trials of right laterotrusion were… Expand
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