Functional occlusal forces: an investigation by telemetry.

@article{Boever1978FunctionalOF,
  title={Functional occlusal forces: an investigation by telemetry.},
  author={Jan A De Boever and Willard D. McCall and Simon Holden and Major M. Ash},
  journal={The Journal of prosthetic dentistry},
  year={1978},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={326-33}
}
In normal chewing the forces exerted on the occlusal surface seldom exceeded 10 to 15 pounds, as recorded by an eight-channel force transmitter in a removable fixed partial denture. Ninety-five percent of forces were less than 3.5 pounds for subject A, 2.0 pounds for subject B, and 10.0 pounds for subject C. The chewing frequency and the places of maximal force on the occlusal surface were relatively constant. The electromyographic chewing patterns could be considered normal in all… CONTINUE READING

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