The T-Scan™ Sensor is designed to provide the high resolution and repeatable accuracy clinicians have learned to rely on for exceptional results.
Leveraging years of manufacturing experience, the sensor proves it’s precision time and time again, giving you confidence to make occlusal adjustments on even the most difficult cases.
T-Scan Sensors Comparable in Thinness to Articulating Paper
- High resolution Sensor for precise data
- Reusable on a single patient
- Cold sterilize between visits
- Able to withstand 15-25 closures
- Available in large and small sizes
- Easy to insert into Novus™ Handpiece and Support
T-Scan™ v10: The Ultimate Bite Tool for The Digital Dentist
New and improved features in T-Scan™ v10 software make it easy for clinicians to analyze and treat occlusion while simultaneously increasing efficiency and revenue for their practice. This latest release is Windows 8, 9, and 10 compatible and features an improved user interface, faster performance, real-time hardware installation, the ability to generate dynamic patient reports, export scans into MP4 movie files, and more:
- Upper and lower arch displays in 2D and 3D with force percentages by tooth, quadrant, and side
- STL file import to view occlusal force data on intraoral scans
- Customizable arch to reflect patient’s tooth dimensions and status
- Graph shows forces applied over time during the length of the bite
- Center of Force Target and Trajectory
- Implant loading alerts
- Side by side comparisons for pre- and post-treatment evaluation
- Customizable patient reports for patient education
- MP4 movie file generation for referrals and presentations
- Tooth numbering: Universal, FDI/ISO, Palmer, Haderup
- HIPAA compliant SQL database
T-Scan™ Novus™ Handpiece plugs into any USB port to capture and transfer data from the T-Scan sensor to the user interface. Record and review scans usingÂ only the handpiece for increased chairside efficiency.
Slide T-Scan™ Sensors and Supports into the Novus™ Handpiece and plug into any USB port you are ready to begin taking bite force readings. The Novus Handpiece has a standard rate of capturing data at 175Hz, creating a high resolution, accurate representation of the occlusion.