IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 5, May 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Prof.Vishwanath K. Kulloli, Prof.Vishal V. Saidpatil
The above mentioned description deals with a design and development of a new novel bite force recorder using solid state components is clearly explained. This state of the art authenticated device can be used to manipulate the complex function of human bite force, which is the net resultant combination of functional response of various craniomandibular structures consisting of interrelated components, like the muscles of mastication, joints, teeth and the neuromuscular system. The consistency and accuracy of the bite force recorder was reaffirmed by doing a detailed laboratory calibration and clinical testing on 20 adult subjects.