The T-Scan is a electronic device which records occlusion and forces through the time. The sensor has the shape of the jaw, the surface of which are sensors 1122 to 1370, depending on the size of the sensor.
The T-Scan record occlusal forces, timing and intensity of contacts through the sensors.
The data is recorded and transferred automatically onto your PC screen, through which to analyze occlusal and display of occlusal forces in a 3D graph 100 frames per second.
94% of dentists struggle to pinpoint occlusion using articulating paper alone. Articulating paper shows where contact is made, but not when and with how much force. T-Scan is the only technology that shows the measured force and the timing of occlusal surfaces coming together. Combining these two tools can paint a clear picture of the patient’s bite.