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Accurate and informative diagnosis plays an important role in dentistry, and it also concerns the therapeutic sphere, periodontics, orthodontics and orthopedics. Modern technologies help to see actual information about the condition of the teeth and to create the correct treatment plan.

Incorrect bite, improper closing of teeth leads to the ruining of enamel, tooth decay, incorrect distribution of the tension of the jaw. The most accurate device to analyze the correctness of teeth closing (occlusion) is T-SCAN. It is a kind of computer diagnostics invented by the company “Tekckan” over 30 years ago.

Recently, the level of occlusion was assessed by the use of carbon paper. Today digital diagnostics are widely used. There are no analogues of T-Scan yet, its use gives a lot of opportunities:

takes therapy to a new level due to high-quality diagnostics;

reduces the risk of rejection of dental implants;

increases the level of comfort while serving the patient;

allows to enter into the database data got after diagnosis, to track the dynamics of treatment;

allows you to make the most accurate and comfortable prostheses, implants and dental constructions.

During the procedure, the patient keeps the slab with his teeth, it will read and transmit all the movements of the teeth. The received data is transferred directly to the database. The doctor analyzes the information, using special dynamic diagrams. It helps to find problem areas and to make a plan of fixing the problems. The patient can clearly see the detected pathologies, the reasons of their appearance and development.

T-SCAN is widely used in digital modeling of the aesthetic dentistry industry. The device allows you to visualize with maximum accuracy the future smile that will appear after the treatment.

The Digital Dentistry Clinic “KALIBRA” invites you to the accurate, painless and informative diagnostics. Even if nothing bothers you, you need to pass a preventive examination by a dentist twice a year – it will help to identify even the slightest asymptomatic changes in occlusion and to prevent the development of severe pathologies in time.