T-Scan™: Dentistry's Only Digital Occlusal Analysis System
T-Scan™ is dentistry's only clinically recognized and research validated digital occlusion analysis system. T-Scan system provides dynamic occlusal measurement - revealing the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the occlusal stability of the overall bite - bringing articulation paper marks to life.
With T-Scan, you can visualize and treat destructive forces before they become a problem, yielding better patient outcomes.
The T-Scan System
T-Scan is a digital occlusal analysis system consisting of a patented sensor, USB-based handle, and proprietary software that reveals the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the stability of the patient’s bite.
When used in conjunction with articulating paper, T-Scan's precise, actionable data gives you the ability to diagnose and treat occlusion accurately and with confidence.
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Using T-Scan in Your Dental Practice
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Occlusal Analysis Products
T-Scan™ is a digital occlusal analysis system consisting of a patented sensor, USB-based handle, and proprietary software that reveals the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the stability of the patient’s bite.
T-Scan Novus™ is the latest edition of the T-Scan digital occlusal analysis system. Featuring an all-new ergonomically designed handpiece, sensors and supports, this system allows the dentist to analyze patients' bites more efficiently than ever.
The T-Scan system enhances patient education, reduces costly repeat visits and remakes, and enables a more confident, proactive approach to patient care.
T-Scan Novus Accessories
T-Scan Novus sensors and supports are accessory components to the T-Scan Novus system - the next generation in digital occlusal analysis. These sensors and supports are specially designed to work with T-Scan Novus only.
The T-Scan Novus sensors are the latest edition of sensor technology, designed to work with the next generation digital occlusal analysis system, T-Scan Novus.
The T-Scan Novus sensor support inserts into the Novus Handpiece and guides the sensor into the handpiece. The sensor supports can be autoclaved for easy disinfection.
The T-Scan Novus Touch-Free sensor support inserts into the Novus Handpiece and is specially designed to minimize contact with the masticatory system. The supports can be autoclaved for easy disinfection.
T-Scan Evolution™ Accessories
T-Scan Evolution™ is the legacy T-Scan digital occlusal analysis system. While the handle has been discontinued, Tekscan allows customers to purchase the sensors and supports.
The T-Scan Evolution Sensor is the sensor technology that works with the legacy Evolution system, designed to provide the high resolution and repeatable accuracy clinicians have learned to rely on for exceptional results.
The Evolution Sensor Support inserts into the Evolution Handle to support the T-Scan Sensor. The Sensor Supports can be autoclaved for easy disinfection.
The Touch-Free Sensor Support inserts into the Evolution Handle to support the T-Scan Sensor with minimized contact in the masticatory system. The Sensor Supports can be autoclaved for easy disinfection.
When used in conjunction with articulating paper, T-Scan™'s precise, actionable data gives you the ability to diagnose and treat occlusion accurately and with confidence.
A recent clinical study found that 94% of dentists struggle to pinpoint occlusion using articulating paper alone1. Adopting T-Scan in conjunction with paper gives you clear 2D and 3D representations of occlusal forces as well as valuable timing data, so you no longer need to rely on guesswork to evaluate occlusion.
Today, integrating T-Scan into your dental practice is easier than ever with the help of our new T-Scan Product Training program.
Our experienced trainers teach clinicians and staff members to take proper bite force readings and how-to communicate the value of digital occlusal analysis technology to patients. This gives you more time to focus on interpreting the data and planning better treatment outcomes.
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1. The Paper Mark Challenge is adapted from Kerstein, R.B., and Radke, J. Clinician Accuracy When Subjectively Interpreting Articulating Paper Markings, The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice, 2013, VOL. 32 NO. 1
At Tekscan, we strive to provide T-Scan™ users with the best training resources possible so they can become masters in the field of digital occlusion.
Our experienced trainers work with customers using T-Scan every day. They are knowledgeable about product utilization and clinical implementation, and are available to answer questions about the product. Tekscan offers live or web-based training so that you can fully understand and interpret T-Scan data for clinical applications.
Industry-leading continuing education groups have built T-Scan into their core curriculum. We are proud to work with our partners to further T-Scan’s impact on field of dentistry worldwide, and create better treatment outcomes for dentists and patients alike. You'll find us at both U.S. and international courses, seminars, and events that feature digital occlusion.
Interested in hands-on clinical training in the comfort of your own dental practice & operatory? We have third party resources who can customize your T-Scan training experience to meet your needs and goals.
We are also proud to work with dentists who are pioneering the technology movement. Many dentists use T-Scan in their everyday practice as well as in research, as referenced in hundreds of studies contained in our bibliography. Virtually every T-Scan application is chronicled in our compilation of case studies and articles, featuring topics such as:
- Abfraction Formation and Root Recession Defects
- Adhesive and Esthetic Prostheses
- Cosmetic Restorations
- Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Implant Prosthodontics
- Natural Tooth Occlusal Function
- Splint/Orthotic Therapy
- Temporomandibular Disorders
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