Bounded by the limitations of articulating paper alone, many clinicians struggle to accurately identify occlusal forces and interferences when performing a bite adjustment. In order to collect otherwise unattainable data, objective bite test technology is required. In this free eBook, different dentists detail several clinical cases in which they utilize T-Scan™'s bite sensor technology to precisely capture and interpret a patient's bite force measurement.
Explore case studies in this eBook to learn how you too could be successfully assessing and treating patients in your operatory with a T-Scan bite analysis.
Download to find out how you can:
- Improve efficiency of restorative cases
- Resolve undiagnosed pain in the jaw/mouth
- Manage and adjust implants to minimize breakage
- Locate and identify traumatic occlusal contacts
Studies repeatedly show that it can be very difficult for a clinician to accurately identify which occlusal contact has more force than the others nearby when using articulating paper alone. By enabling us to identify previously unobtainable occlusal force characteristics (which have never been possible to detect with articulation paper), the T-Scan III can help ensure that high quality and complete occlusal end-results are predictably obtained from clinical occlusal treatment.