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Hinge axis - location, clinical use and controversies
Journal of Research in Dentistry
The hinge axis is an imaginary line around which the condyles can rotate without translation. Terminal hinge position is the most retruded hinge position and it is significant because it is a learnable, repeatable and recordable position that coincides with the position of centric relation. There are many schools of thought regarding hinge axis. The proponents of Gnathology say that there is one transverse hinge axis common to both condyles which can be accurately located. The proponents ofdoi:10.19177/jrd.v4e62016158-161 fatcat:kgxihqewynerbbu3xmtm43m3pm