Strength and bite, Part 1: An analytical review.

@article{Forgione1991StrengthAB,
  title={Strength and bite, Part 1: An analytical review.},
  author={Albert Gerard Forgione and Noshir R. Mehta and Wayne Lee Westcott},
  journal={Cranio : the journal of craniomandibular practice},
  year={1991},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={
          305-15
        }
}
The original clinical observations and research in the area of bite and strength enhancement studied individuals with obvious malocclusion and a subject population with mixed occlusions. An increase in isometric strength was obtained when biting on a K-MORA, an intraoral device that supports a mandibular position determined by a functional criterion. The criterion is a locking response to the Isometric Deltoid Press, a muscle challenge used by kinesiologists. Rather than replication with… CONTINUE READING
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