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Resources

Browse our library of pressure mapping and force measurement resources, including eBooks, Case Studies, On Demand Webinars, Whitepapers, and much more.

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strideway for footwear designers
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With the ability to track center of force (CoF), Strideway was used to provide isnightful parameters to evaluate the effects of footwear.
Case Study
In this recent case study, authored by Dr. Robert Kerstein (DMD), T-Scan was used in tandem with articulating paper to measure high force contacts during a veneer patient’s bite sequence...
Case Study
This recent case study, authored by Dr. Hoon Kim (DDS, MSD, Diplomate, ABO), shows how T-Scan became his tool of choice to track his patient’s occlusion following an orthognathic procedure...
Case Study
Dr. Ben A. Sutter (DMD, FAGD, FICCMO, LVIF) details a complex full-mouth restoration case where T-Scan helped provide context into a patient's bite discrepancies throughout treatment.
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With the help of T-Scan, Dr. Sangiv I. Patel (DDS, RDH, AFAAID) identified time and force vectors of a patient's bite that could've prevented the extraction of a patient's molar.
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With the help of T-Scan, Dr. Scott Keith (DDS, MS, FACP) treats a patient suffering from occlusal discomfort resulting from a previous implant procedure.
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Authored by Dr. Chris Stevens, DDS, this case shares how T-Scan helped control excessive occlusal contact force to help improve implant longevity.
From Smile Design to Function: A Case Report
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This study describes how combining T-Scan with Digital Smile Design (DSD) aids in transforming a complicated occlusion case into a simple restorative case.
Case Study
In this case study, a biomechanical specialist used MobileMat to evaluate an elderly patient having trouble maintaining balance on uneven terrain. The data he gathered resulted in an effective treatment plan, reducing patient sway by nearly 50% with eyes closed.
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This case study demonstrates why objective measures for monitoring progress is essential during rehabilitation, especially in high level functioning athletes.

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