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Graphic Imaging Tools for Precise Identification of Shift of Neutral Zone in Edentulous Mandibular Arch

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Arrangement of teeth in accurate position is a most important thing for the success of an artificial prosthesis. Recording the neutral zone position and accurate transfer becomes a difficult task. Earlier studies have tried measuring it but the recordings were not accurate which might have resulted in wrong interpretation of results. In our study we have tried to make use of graphic imaging tools for the precise measurement of the same which is accurate at the level of 0.0001 mm.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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