extraoral fulcrum

ex·tra·o·ral ful·crum

(ekstră-ōrăl fulkrŭm)
Stabilizing point outside the patient's mouth (e.g., against the patient's chin or cheek).
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The side of the whole hand may function as a fulcrum in the extraoral fulcrum technique.
9) The extraoral fulcrum used in this present study can be compared to the no finger rest described by Dong et al.
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