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T-Scan/BioEMG Integration Software

Occlusion & Muscle Function

Tekscan has teamed up with BioResearch Associates, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI), an EMG Manufacturer specializing in dentistry, to provide a means for dentists to measure force, timing, and balance of the occlusion and craniofacial muscles simultaneously.

We have also teamed up with BioResearch Associates again to provide the clinician with a means to see the relationship between posture and muscle activity, and assess functional postural alignment and control.

This new technology is a first of its kind!

BioEMG Integration Add-on

Measure occlusal force, timing, balance, and muscle activity simultaneously for the first time in history.

Occlusion and Muscle Function

The T-Scan™/BioEMG Integration software synchronizes  the clinical data of T-Scan with the electromyographic data of BioResearch's EMG unit. Together, they give a complete view of your patient’s bite.

BioEMG measures muscular functions of the head and neck while the T-Scan shows occlusal contact timing and force distribution of teeth.

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With both T-Scan and BioEMG programs activated:

  • Initiate a recording in T-Scan automatically starts an EMG recording or vice versa
  • Timing of data is synchronized in both the record & review modes
  • The recording functions are the same as when using either program independently
  • Saving data in one program auto-saves in the corresponding program
  • Patient files are auto-labeled to identify integrated files
  • Synchronized data can be taken in intercuspal position (IP), centric relation (CR), and excursive movements
  • Save valuable time collecting and retrieving data
  • Accomplish a more comprehensive and informative diagnosis
  • Analyze and correlate specific occlusal moments to specific EMG changes that result from occlusal moments