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Diagnosing Neuromuscular Jaw Head and Neck Pain
Just about everyone who has had the most basic services of a dentist is familiar with biting down on carbon paper like (articulation paper) material to help the dentist maintain a normalized bite for the patient.
Basic bite analysis has used this method of assessing any changes arising from dental treatments for years and years. It many instances this type of bite analysis and adjustment works just fine.
In complex cosmetic, restorative or reconstructive dentistry the challenge of maintaining or recreating the normal bite for a particular patient can be difficult.
While years and years of experience and exposure to a wide variety of unusual treatment situtations serve to "teach" dentists about successfully treating an occlusal problem, there are some occlusal adjustment needs that are almost impossible to measure with ordinary articulation paper.
Tekscan technology is used by dentists who invest in technologies that deliver diagnostic data that can surpass acceptable study methods and assures or dramatically increases the probability of "getting it right" the first time.
Patients who have had either routine or complex dentistry that involved the potential of altering the occlusal plane and who are having "bite problems" are recommended to watch this video. New dentures, bridgework, single or multiple crowns, orthodontic treatments, root canal crown and even veneer dentistry can require precision adjustment of the occlusal plane.
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