The Quick And Easy Temporary Splint That Improves Patient Care
QuickSplint® is an occlusal splint designed for short-term use as an anterior bite plane and night guard. It is practical and easy to use and fabricated quickly in the dental practice at low cost. QuickSplint was developed by an orofacial pain specialist to initiate same day treatment.
READY IN 5 MINUTES! Fabricate QuickSplint with Putty or Heavy-Body VPS
QUICKSPLINT is a Recognized Clinical Problem Solver
QUICKSPLINT PERFORMS MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS FOR THE DENTAL PRACTICE: Dr. Lee Ann Brady Explains how she uses QUICKSPLINT in her Dental Practice
Dr. Lee Ann Brady, a nationally recognized dental educator, discusses the reasons QuickSplint can help you and your practice. Dr. Brady has been instrumental in helping us to develop educational tools for general dentists.
Maybe you already use Jigs, the NTI or Aqualizer, or make your own acrylic deprogrammer. Try QuickSplint for yourself and compare ease of use, the time you save, patient comfort and patient willingness to pursue your treatment recommendations.
If you are a general dentist or specialist that has not used temporary bite planes in your practice, see our Clinical Guidelines. See why specialists use QuickSplint for Endodontic, Periodontal, Implant and Oral Surgery procedures.
"Used as a diagnostic tool, as a first line of treatment or as a step in treatment, QuickSplint is a valuable treatment tool."
John Weston, DDS
Accredited Fellow, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Director Scripps Center for Dental Care, La Jolla, CA
QuickSplint Seats the Condyles and Keeps the Teeth out of Occulsion
Dentists Love QuickSplint Because it Improves Patient Care
Patients love QuickSplint because it helps them feel better
The QuickSplint temporary bite plane makes it easier than ever to send your patients home with an immediate, comfortable solution to protect their teeth and new dental work and prevent tooth, jaw and facial pain.
• Same-day treatment for acute jaw pain, orofacial pain
• Diagnostic aid for parafunction and bruxism
• Post-op healing aid to help jaw muscles relax and recover after dental treatment
• Post-op temporary protection for anterior provisional veneers, newly placed implants, periodontal surgery, endodontically treated teeth, and other new dental resotrations
• Anterior bite-plane Deprogrammer
• Transitional or emergency appliance