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Articulator-related registration--a simple concept for minimizing eccentric occlusal errors in the articulator.

@article{Prschel2002ArticulatorrelatedRS,
  title={Articulator-related registration--a simple concept for minimizing eccentric occlusal errors in the articulator.},
  author={P. Pr{\"o}schel and T. Morneburg and A. Hugger and B. Korda{\ss} and P. Ottl and W. Niedermeier and M. Wichmann},
  journal={The International journal of prosthodontics},
  year={2002},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          289-94
        }
}
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to develop an easy-to-use procedure for individual registration and to test its accuracy. Unlike common principles, the method should be based on a transfer of the articulator geometry to the patient. MATERIALS AND METHODS The system consists of an articulator holding a bite plate in a standard position. The bite plate connects to an electronic recording system, which transfers the articulator's condylar points virtually to the patient's mandible by a… Expand
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