Joint Vibration Analysis in Restorative Dentistry

                        Before and After JVA Treatment

Though I contributed to this article in Dentistry Today two years ago, I still find Joint Vibration Analysis (JVA) just as important in routine restorative dentistry today. This especially applies to temporomandibular joint (TMJ) condition in occlusion-related disease. Read more about how the JVA system provides a fast and noninvasive measurement of TMJ function to aid in diagnosing the condition, which is vital any time you are changing the vertical, lateral, or anterior/posterior position of the mandible.

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One Response to Joint Vibration Analysis in Restorative Dentistry

  1. Alex says:

    I’m surprised I even know about this, but it’s really great information. This is exactly the kind of analysis used on me and it was tremendously fixing my teeth.

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