T-Scan ™️ provides dynamic occlusal measurement - revealing the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the occlusal stability of the overall bite helping drive better decisions for diagnosis of malocclusion and adjusting if needed.  An intraoral scanner provides a digital impression of the mouth to aid in the design of restorations.

"The T-scan and intraoral scanners both accomplish different things but they are both paramount to my digital workflow. I can’t work without either of them."

- Dr. James Oshetski, DDs, DABOI/ID, DICOI, FAAID, FAGD, FICD


Ready to learn more about T-Scan Digital Occlusion Analysis technology? Curious how T-Scan works and what implementing this technology in your practice could look like?


Learn from T-Scan expert, Dr. Robert Kerstein in these virtual workshops. Dr. Kerstein is a sought-after trainer and lecturer on digital occlusion. 

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T-Scan with Dr Kerstein