In the past, individuals in the dentistry field have struggled to diagnose and treat a variety of dental diseases due to the lack of digital methods involved in the field. Modern technology offers solutions to the many commonly observed and frequently encountered occlusal problems that practicing dental clinicians regularly attempt to manage.
The Handbook of Research on Clinical Applications of Computerized Occlusal Analysis in Dental Medicine aims to provide a research-based clinical resource for computerized occlusal analysis technology while also serving as a complete clinical treatment guide to support clinicians in achieving significantly better treatment outcomes than what often presently result from non-digital occlusal indicators. The book will chronicle its evolution and improvements, detail its evidence-based rationale for employing this technology in place of traditional, non-digital occlusal indicators that rely solely on imprecise operator subjective interpretation, and describe the TScans many clinical applications within the differing practice disciplines of dental medicine. While highlighting topics including orthodontics, this book is ideally designed for clinicians, dentists, dental educators, practitioners, researchers, students, and academics working in prosthodontics, occlusion, esthetics, temporomandibular disorders, dental implant prosthodontics, periodontics, orthodontics, and posture and balance.