Over 20 years of scientific research has proven the importance of accurately monitoring mechanical and neuromuscular stability, which is why over 600 practices worldwide now use Teethan in their daily practice.

Electromyographic indices, orofacial myofunctional status and temporomandibular disorders severity: A correlation study. (Read article here)

Standardisation of the electromyographic signal through the maximum isometric voluntary contraction. (Read article here)

Surface electromyographic assessment of patients with long lasting temporomandibular joint disorder pain. (Read article here)

EMG analysis of trapezius and masticatory muscles: Experimental protocol and data reproducibility. (Read article here)

Influence of psychological symptoms on home-recorded sleep-time masticatory muscle activity in healthy subjects. (Read article here)

Immediate effect of the resilient splint evaluated using surface electromyography in patients with TMD. (Read article here)

Immediate effect of an elastomeric oral appliance on the neuromuscular coordination of masticatory muscles: A pilot study in healthy subjects. (Read article here)

Activity and asymmetry index of masticatory muscles in women with and without dysfunction temporomandibular. (Read article here)

Electromyographic standardised indices in healthy Brazilian young adults and data reproducibility. (Read article here)

Asymmetric activation of temporalis, masseter, and sternocleidomastoid muscles in temporomandibular disorder patients. (Read article here)

Masticatory muscle activity during maximum voluntary clench in different research diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders. (Read article here)

Electromyographic analysis of masticatory and neck muscles in subjects with natural dentition, teeth-supported and implant-supported prostheses. (Read article here)

The use of surface electromyography as a tool in differentiating temporomandibular disorders from neck disorders. (Read article here)

The influence of occlusion on jaw and neck muscle activity: A surface EMG study in healthy young adults. (Read article here)

Neuromuscular coordination of masticatory muscles in subjects with two types of implant-supported prostheses. (Read article here)

Maximal bite forces in healthy young adults as predicted by surface electromyography. (Read article here)

Evidence of an influence of asymmetrical occlusal interferences on the activity of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. (Read article here)

Neuromuscular evaluation of post-orthodontic stability: An experimental protocol. (Read article here)

Relationship between the number of occlusal contacts and masticatory muscle activity in healthy young adults. (Read article here)

The influence of different jaw positions on the endurance and electromyographic pattern of the biceps brachii muscle in young adults with different occlusal characteristics. (Read article here)

An electromyographic investigation of masticatory muscles symmetry in normo-occlusion subjects. (Read article here)

The influence of crossbite on the coordinated electromyographic activity of human masticatory muscles during mastication. (Read article here)

The effects of a single intercuspal interference on electromyographic characteristics of human masticatory muscles during maximal voluntary teeth clenching. (Read article here)

Coordinated electromyographic activity of the human masseter and temporalis anterior muscles during mastication. (Read article here)

Biomechanical model of the human mandible in unilateral clench: Distribution of temporomandibular joint reaction forces between working and balancing sides. (Read article here)

Electromyographic activity of human masticatory muscles in normal young people. Statistical evaluation of reference values for clinical applications. (Read article here)

Reproducibility of electromyographic measures: A statistical analysis. (Read article here)

Electromyographic evaluation of implant-supported prostheses in hemimandibulectomy-reconstructed patients. (Read article here)

Variation of occlusal contacts and activity of masticatory muscles, in relation to increasing the capacity of movement of the cervical spine after thrust manoeuvre. (Read article here)

Jaw muscle activity patterns in women with chronic TMD myalgia during standardized clenching and chewing tasks. (Read article here)

Evaluation of masticatory muscle activity in patients with unilateral posterior crossbite before and after rapid maxillary expansion. (Read article here)

Modulation of jaw muscle motor response and wake-time parafunctional tooth clenching with music. (Read article here)

The influence of different jaw positions on the endurance and electromyographic pattern of the biceps brachii muscle in young adults with different occlusal characteristics. (Read article here)

Evaluation of the stomatognathic system before and after osteopathic manipulative treatment in 120 healthy people by using surface electromyography. (Read article here)

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