Intra-oral scanner

This device is used to scan and produce 3-D models so that we can see and explore the mouth and detect any defects which may affect treatment. The software has many tools for digitally analysing the teeth, running treatment simulations, planning the positioning of the brackets and digitally manufacturing orthodontic devices.


The T-Scan is used to analyze static and dynamic force distribution on the teeth in terms of the intensity and time of the forces. It helps us to identify premature contacts and the overloading of the teeth. This information is indispensable in the detailing stages, reducing the risk of relapse and occlusal disease.


The CBCT Scan is used to produce 3D images for high accuracy in the diagnosis and treatment planning stage. It has a minimal/low radiation dosage (similar to that received in a panorex and 90% lower than the dosage of a conventional CT scan).

JVA (Joint Vibration Analyses)

This is a digitised system which is used to analyze the TMJ to detect pathology and objectively measure clinical signs and treatment progress. When smooth surfaces rub together, friction is created. This system analyses the friction in the TMJ to gauge whether the joint is healthy and working properly.