Corpus ID: 52218

Predicted incidence of excursive occlusal errors in common modes of articulator adjustment.

  title={Predicted incidence of excursive occlusal errors in common modes of articulator adjustment.},
  author={P. Pr{\"o}schel and T. Maul and T. Morneburg},
  journal={The International journal of prosthodontics},
  volume={13 4},
PURPOSE Functional relationships between occlusal errors and articulator settings have been the subject of numerous investigations. It is, however, not known how frequently errors of a certain size occur under practical conditions. This study attempted to estimate the frequency of occlusal errors that can be expected with the different levels of registration and articulator adjustment that are currently used. MATERIALS AND METHODS In 57 asymptomatic subjects, individual articulation… Expand
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