Hosted By: Dr. Robert Kerstein
This session will help you gain an understanding of how the T-Scan graph can show you valuable information about your patient’s bite. Understanding the features of the graph will help to ensure accurate patient recordings and how to evaluate occlusion over time.
Dr. Robert B. Kerstein received his D.M.D. degree in 1983, and his Prosthodontic certificate in 1985, both from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. From 1985 – 1998, he maintained an active appointment at Tufts as a clinical professor teaching Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics. In 1984, Dr. Kerstein began studying the original T Scan I technology, and has since that time has also studied T-Scan II, T-Scan III, T-Scan VII, T-Scan 8, T-Scan 9, and now the present-day version, the T-Scan 10 technology. A pioneer and academic science advocate for digital occlusal technology, Dr. Kerstein teaches a measured system which greatly improves the success of bite-related procedures commonplace in every dental practice. Digital Measured Occlusion provides predictable, rapid bite comfort that shortens treatment times for most patients, while lessening prosthetic component breakage and remakes.