Determination of arbitrary tooth displacements.


The noninvasive, modern technique based on the method of double-exposure hologram interferometry was used to measure arbitrary displacements of teeth in the three dimensional space. The experimental studies were carried out on an idealized model of the maxillary central incisor. The results show that the experimental data, based on component loading, are inadequate to accurately predict tooth displacement from an arbitrary force acting in the three dimensional space.

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@article{Pryputniewicz1978DeterminationOA, title={Determination of arbitrary tooth displacements.}, author={Ryszard J. Pryputniewicz and Charles J Burstone and W W Bowley}, journal={Journal of dental research}, year={1978}, volume={57 5-6}, pages={663-74} }