T-Scan™ provides dynamic occlusal measurement - revealing the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the occlusal stability of the overall bite. 

Using T-Scan you can:

  • Protect crowns, bridges, and veneers from high forces
  • Ensure implants aren't loading early
  • Check anterior contacts during active clear aligner therapy
  • Screen new patients for baseline occlusion and monitor throughout treatment
  • Improve efficiency by reducing repeat visits
  • Differentiate your practice by embracing digital technology
  • Complement the use of intraoral scanner technologies. (T-Scan provides different but essential data.)

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Why Become a T-Scan Dentist?

94 percent of dentists struggle with occlusion

94% of dentists struggle to pinpoint occlusion
using articulating paper alone.1

Articulating paper shows where contact is made, but not when and with how much force. T-Scan is the only technology that shows the measured force and the timing of occlusal surfaces coming together. Combining these two tools can paint a clear picture of the patient's bite.

reduce remakes and repeat visits educate patients on the value of treatment differentiate your practice and build revenue
  • Extend the longevity of restorations – for example, take a 17% remake rate for crowns to a 2% remake rate by using T-Scan to balance your patients’ occlusion
  • Enhance existing evaluations and validate treatment plans by providing highly accurate occlusal data for more precise diagnoses and adjustments
  • Boost the confidence of your patients with precise, actionable data that supports your treatment plan
  • Embrace new applications using T-Scan to enhance and expand your capabilities
  • Take on more complex cases and help patients who are experiencing undiagnosed issues
  • Grow your practice by offering a unique service and gaining word-of-mouth referrals
  • Generate $15,000-20,000 additional revenue (on average) per year using T-Scan in patient evaluations and treatment programs
  • Reduce treatment time by easily identifying interferences and other dental issues
  • Increase case acceptance rates by up to 85% by revealing occlusion problems to patients live on screen

(1) 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

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Which T-Scan Novus Option is Right for You?

There's a T-Scan solution for every practice

The T-Scan is an objective assessment system that enhances patient education, satisfaction, and retention, reduces costly repeat visits and remakes, and enables a more confident, proactive approach to patient care. With T-Scan’s digital bite force data, clinicians can pinpoint occlusal interferences, quickly remove them, and treat patients with greater accuracy than ever before.


Both T-Scan Novus system offerings utilize the T-Scan Novus handpiece and accessories.Both T-Scan Novus system offerings utilize the T-Scan Novus handpiece and accessories.

Tekscan Offers T-Scan Novus in Two Different Platforms

the complete dentistry solution
  • Includes basic functionality for occlusal analysis, including crowns, bridges, and other adjustments
  • Feature set with essential dental bite force and timing functions to analyze a patient’s bite
  • Economical, entry-level
  • Detailed analytics for implant and cosmetic dentistry 
  • Comprehensive timing and distribution data for TMD/TMJ, full-mouth reconstruction, and digital dentistry
  • Multi-operatory networking capability
  • Interdisciplinary treatment and communication features
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Why and When do You Use T-Scan?

Patients have been impacted the most in my practice. They get it, and they love it! When they see their bite data on the screen, they understand because they correlate the forces on the screen to what they feel in their mouths. They feel so proud when they take a good scan that comes back balanced, because that's what they're feeling, too. They see T-Scan in our practice and ask, 'how come other dentists don't have this?' And my answer is that we make an effort to continuously evolve and improve the practice.

Dr. James Downs

Tekscan's Dental Continuing Education Partners

T-Scan has been adopted by industry-leading Continuing Education groups. We are proud to work with some of the most knowledgeable and highly respected continuing education groups in dentistry today.

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