Dr. Thomas Croghan: T-Scan® computerized occlusal analysis easy to use, efficient and inexpensive [VIDEO]

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Dr. Thomas Croghan says he is able to address problems with patients’ bites quicker and easier with Tekscan T-Scan® computerized occlusal analysis.

Dr. Thomas Croghan says he is able to address problems with patients’ bites quicker and easier with Tekscan T-Scan® computerized occlusal analysis.

The ultra-thin, reusable sensor of T-Scan is shaped to fit the dental arch and inserts into the sensor handle, connecting into the USB port of your existing PC.

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 full-color 3D or 2D graphics.

“Instantly you see on the screen where their pressure points are, what tooth hits first-it’s a real-time showing of what’s going on with their bite,” says Croghan.

Watch Dr. Croghan’s product review now:

 

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