The biteforces depend largely on the force that can be achieved by the individual components (musculus masseter, temporalis, pterygoideus medialis) and by the distances between the exerted force and these muscles or the joint.
The range of human bite forces is very broad and differs due to gender and age. The bite force can be surprisingly high despite missing or loose teeth, and can be low despite a complete dental arch and perfect teeth.
The “normal” range of human bite forces can be assumed to range from 200 to 700 Newton ( 45 to 160 lbs), depending on the region and the way it was measured.
Balancing bite forces or relearning subtle force perception may help when there are complaints originating from the masticatory muscles
Loss of masticatory strength and the subsequent reduction of the use of your proper bite deprives your brain of important input