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The BioPak is a complete system that records a range of parameters of the stomatognathic system
including the function of the mandible and muscles of mastication.

The information obtained by the system helps diagnose and treat temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD),
sleep disorders and craniofacial pain. It can be used for restorative, orthodontic, denture, implant and occlusal
reconstruction patient evaluation.

Biometric technology gives the doctor objective data from which to make decisions and measure documented treatment results.


The JVAQuick analyses vibrations of the temporomandibular joints.

Joint Vibration Analysis, a device enabling the registering of different vibrations, arising in the joint when in moving.
Their intensity, duration, frequency and profile are the objective characteristics of different pathologic processes in the
temporomandibular joint. The system uses small, highly sensitive accelerometers that are placed over the joints to record
even the slightest vibrations. This short, non-invasive process helps diagnose joint problems and the appropriate treatment options.
JVA is designed to be recorded by trained staff in less than 2 minutes, and interpreted by the clinician.

Why JVA?

- Identifying a patient's joint problems before symptoms are present
- Proactively guiding the dentist in treatment planning
- Allowing the patient to be educated and understand the health of his or her TM Joints
- Testing treatment impact instantly


The JT-3D records incisor-point movements in three dimensions. The recorded data is used to receive valuable
information about the functional state of the temporomandibular region as well as the possible deviations.

A small magnet, attached to the front surfaces of the bottom front teeth, is tracked by an array of sensors to produce vertical,
antero-posterior and lateral components of movement. It mounts simply, yet securely on your head, and provides an incredibly
stable base for the sensors. This provides spectacular resolution even on the smallest of mandibular movements.


The EMG is a surface electromyography unit that can help evaluate mandibular and masticatory muscle groups at rest or in function.
The unique design uses 8 channels and exclusive programmable software with an extremely high noise reduction ratio.

EMG objectively measures the actions and reactions of the muscles of the head and neck to provide the clinician with the ability to test treatments
and bite positions before finalising the treatment position. Muscle activity is categorised based on the quality and quantity of their behaviour to show
which are resting properly or hyperactive.