The T-Scan® system enhances patient education, reduces costly repeat visits and remakes, and enables a more confident, proactive approach to patient care.
With T-Scan, you are able to see where you couldn't before using traditional occlusal indicator methods. Our state-of-the-art, digital software helps clinicians to identify premature contacts, high forces, and interrelationship of occlusal surfaces.
Whether eliminating destructive forces on a new restoration, or performing an occlusal analysis and adjustment procedure, T-Scan helps you balance your patients’ occlusions with precision and accuracy.
The following are just some examples of the many ways our dentists are using T-Scan in their offices today. Learn more about each individual application by following the links below:
Leveraging years of manufacturing experience, the sensor proves it's precision time and time again, giving you confidence to make occlusal adjustments on even the most difficult cases.
Easy to insert into Evolution Handle and Support
New and improved features in T-Scan 9.0 software make it easy for clinicians to analyze and treat occlusion while simultaneously increasing efficiency and revenue for their practice. This latest release is Windows 8 compatible and features an improved user interface, faster performance, real-time hardware installation, the ability to generate dynamic patient reports, export scans into MP4 movie files, and more:
Interested in seeing how T-Scan 9 software works?
ASCII Output: This add-on allows researchers to create a Microsoft Excel compatible .csv file that captures the entire scan in an alphanumeric format, with each value representing the raw sum of a particular sensel. This is a benefit to researchers who want to compare results from scan to scan, or closure to closure, in a quantitative way.
Network License: Supports installation of the patient database on a server so you can easily access T-Scan® from any operatory.
BioEMG -T-Scan Integration Module: The T-Scan/BioEMG Integration software synchronizes the clinical data of T-Scan with the electromyographic data of BioResearch’s EMG unit. Together, they give a complete view of your patient’s bite. BioEMG measures muscular functions of the head and neck while the T-Scan shows occlusal contact timing and force distribution of teeth.
Dentrix Integration Add-on: This software package imports patient information from Dentrix® into T-Scan. Customer must have the G5 version of Dentrix software and T-Scan V8.1 or newer. Consists of 1 Software Disk from Tekscan.
Available in large and small sizes to match T-Scan Sensors.
Slide T-Scan Sensors and Supports into the Evolution Handle and plug into any USB port you are ready to begin taking bite force readings. The Evolution Handle can capture up to 685,000 contact points per second, creating a high resolution, accurate representation of the occlusion.
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