Dr. Robert B. Kerstein joins Arrowhead to share his expertise about more effectively using paper marks in your work. How would your work change if paper marks could talk? What if they could tell you the level of pressure each part of the bite mark is yielding and whether or not it is even? With a very valuable tool, paper marks are brought to life, giving you more information than ever.
Years of experience with the T-Scan have led Dr. Kerstein to rely on its ability to show reliable data. The results are evidence-based, repeatable work that gives its user quantifiable, non-subjective information. With this information, you can give a more accurate diagnosis to your patients. Watch this video to learn how you can incorporate such a valuable tool into your office and start reaping the benefits too.