A novel approach to bite force measurements in a porcine model in vivo
Bousdras, V. A., Cunningham, J. L., Ferguson-Pell, M., Bamber, M. A., Sindet-Pedersen, S., Blunn, G. and Goodship, A. E., 2006. A novel approach to bite force measurements in a porcine model in vivo. Interational Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, 35, pp. 663-667.
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A novel device for a bite force measurement system in a porcine model is described. A single polyethylene layer was vacuum-formed into a splint, and a force sensor was fitted on to the splint occlusal surface and seated with a silicone layer. This design enabled the measurement of bite forces on selected teeth in a large animal model with either natural dentition or single implant crowns and could be used in assessing information on biomechanical adaptation of the bone-implant interface to masticatory loads. Preliminary recordings of force values obtained during mastication in the premolar region (200-560 N) and various limiting factors of the technical design are discussed.
|Creators||Bousdras, V. A., Cunningham, J. L., Ferguson-Pell, M., Bamber, M. A., Sindet-Pedersen, S., Blunn, G. and Goodship, A. E.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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