Correlación entre la actividad muscular masetera y la fuerza máxima de mordida entre varios patrones de divergencia facial

Translated title of the contribution: Correlation between masseter muscle activity and maximum bite force among various facial divergence pattern

Ramya Vijeta, B. Sangamesh

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Objective: To comparatively assess electromyographic (EMG) activity of masseter muscle and maximum bite force among various facial divergence pattern. To compare bilateral variation therefore derive the clinical importance changes in masseter EMG activity. Materials and Methods: The sample size comprised of 90 subjects, age ranging from 16-25 years. They were further classified under three subgroups-normodivergent, hypodivergent and hyperdivergennt based on the cephalometric values. Tekscan Flexiforce B201H sensor along with the associated software was used to record the bite force. The EMG of the superficial masseter muscle was recorded using Biotech Neurocare 2000 surface electromyography machine. The muscle activity was recorded bilaterally from the superficial masseter. The data obtained were statistically analyzed using ROC curve at p<0.05. Results: The bite force of the Hypodivergent group (571.83N±36.65) was more than the Normodivergent (387.26±27.20) and Hyperdivergent groups (373.21N±29.23). The EMG recording of masseter muscle activity in Hypodivergent group was significantly higher than Normodivergent and Hyperdivergent groups. (p-value= <0.01). A significant correlation existed between masseter activity and bite force. Conclusion: The bite force of Hypodivergent jaw base individuals is highest followed by Normodivergent and least in Hyperdivergent individuals.The strong correlation between the muscular activity and the bite force is definitely a contributor to the anchorage value during treatment by fixed Orthodontics.

Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)59-65
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Oral Research
Volume8
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-01-2019
Externally publishedYes

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Bite Force
Masseter Muscle
Cephalometry
Electromyography
Orthodontics
Jaw
ROC Curve
Sample Size
Software
Muscles

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  • Dentistry(all)

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Correlación entre la actividad muscular masetera y la fuerza máxima de mordida entre varios patrones de divergencia facial. / Vijeta, Ramya; Sangamesh, B.

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