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the Innobyte

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Why measure bite force?

Demonstrate unequivocally the need for treatment

Decide type of treatments and which materials to use

Increase treatment plan acceptance rates

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Measure your bite force

 

Get your bite force measured by one of our experts

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Dr. Ramsey Amin DDS, Diplomates ABOI, AAID

Bite force capability is very important to me in my full arch dental implant practice. Being able to quantify whether somebody has a “strong bite” has been extremely useful, especially for immediate loading full arch implants. It lets me and my patient asses immediate loading risk *before* doing the treatment. I am able to provide options or therapy to those that may destroy the prosthesis or cause implant failure. I no longer have to wonder if the bite is strong…now I measure it with the Innobyte!!

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Dr. Izchak Barzilay DDS, MSc (Prostho), Cert Protho, FRDC(C)

Why not have all the occlusal force measurements at hand to help you decide on treatment. Innobyte gives information that we have been waiting for.

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Markus Fischer, RD, RDT

I have used the Innobyte device for the past year, and it has become an essential diagnostic and treatment planning tool. Until now, it has been impossible to measure and quantify denture treatment success. The Innobyte has changed all that! It allows me to measure pre-and post-treatment bite forces, which aids in addressing patient expectations and reviewing various treatment options, including implant therapy.

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Measure your patient's
maximal bite force in less than 3 sec.

Until now, it has not been possible to accurately measure the bite forces that patients generate.

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Come and get your bite force measured using the Innobyte during our upcoming events.

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