TMJ loads during biting in long and short facial types: Changes pre- and post-orthognathic surgery Public Deposited

The specific aim of the study was to compare predicted temporomandibular mandibular joint (TMJ) loads during biting in dolichofacial, mesofacial, and brachyfacial types before and after orthognathic surgery. Secondary aims were to determine the effects of gender, age, and occlusal plane angle on TMJ loads for the same biting task.

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  • Stumpos.madelyn.2019.pdf
  • 10.6083/5t34sk17b
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  • 2019
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  • Stumpos, M. "TMJ loads during biting in long and short facial types: Changes pre- and post-orthognathic surgery " (2019). OHSU Digital Collections. Stumpos.madelyn.2019.pdf
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