How Compute-rized Occlusal Analysis Works:

The ultra-thin, reusable sensor, shaped to fit the dental arch, inserts into the sensor handle, which connects into the USB port of your existing PC, making it easy to move from one operatory to another. Evaluating occlusal forces is as simple as having a patient bite down on the sensor while the computer analyzes and displays timing and force data in vivid, full-color 3-D or 2-D graphics.

The ability to measure force over time makes the

T-Scan an indispensable tool for appraising the sequential relationships of a mandibular excursion. You can view, on screen, a patient sliding from MIP or CR position into a lateral excursion. This is instrumental in locating occlusal interferences, determining the relative force on each interference, and evaluating the potential for trauma caused by the occlusal interferences. You can also purchase additional sensors and supports online!


Imagine how useful this is on a long-span fixed prosthesis built upon implants, or any dental case where occlusion plays a role!

T-Scan Benefits:


Improve clinical results

Differentiate your practice

Expand your practice in a wide range of applications

Take back control, no longer rely on patient feel

Determine premature contacts

Minimize destructive forces

Provide instant documentation for fee-for-service approach and/or insurance claims

Use as a patient education tool to enhance comfort and increase case acceptance

Save time by preventing remakes

Make money by charging a fee for the high-end dentistry you are performing

Bring your practice into the future

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