An Extra Aid and Measure of Surety
Beautiful smiles! We love seeing them and can’t get enough of them. Restorative and cosmetic dentists are performing amazing makeovers. They make it look easy. But we know it’s not. It’s demanding, highly technical and tricky work turning imperfection into beauty.
Today’s dental consumers have very high expectations of their dental work. They pay a lot of money and demand a high quality, beautiful new smile without complications. That’s where QuickSplint comes in.
QuickSplint provides an extra aid and measure of surety at each step in the restorative case: Simplifying the process of taking bite records. Protecting provisional and new dental work from nighttime occlusal forces. During final equilibration. For temporization. And as a transitional appliance at any time in the case that it is appropriate.
Treat acute jaw pain
Screen for Bruxism
During case planning, it’s important to assess patient parafunction prior to selecting restorative materials. QuickSplint can be provided immediately to aid in diagnosis parafunction and engage the patient in the necessary conversation about its possible impact on the restorative case.
QuickSplint fits from cuspid to cuspid and functions as an anterior bite plane, leveling the occlusal plane and allowing the condyles to seat. This makes QuickSplint a swift and handy aid for taking centric bite relations or for final equilibration. QuickSplint is time-saving and easy. QuickSplint is easy to reline for staged treatment.
Protects New Restorations – Especially Provisional Veneers
QuickSplint provides immediate protection from nighttime occlusal force and associated micro-trauma that can cause pain and complications. Once the provisional or final restorations are placed, provide QuickSplint as a healing aid and an extra measure of care to protect dentition and allow the jaw to relax overnight. QuickSplint is especially effective for protecting provisionals so they won’t dislodge and bring the patient back to the office for help. It’s all in a day’s work for QuickSplint.
When the restorative case is complete, it’s likely the patient will want to protect it with a long-term appliance. Until then, QuickSplint is the ideal temporary protective appliance until a custom appliance is fit and delivered.
Restorative dentists see it all – patients of all ages exhibiting the spectrum of oral health. And not only do you see it all. You treat it all. With today’s advanced dental technology, restorative dentists are performing more procedures than ever, such as cosmetic dentistry, implant placement, periodontal surgery, endodontics, and sleep medicine. With such a variety of work and with so many different dental situations that arise in an average week, the general dentist and practice team are always looking for ways to efficiently elevate patient care.
An Added Measure of Care That Your Patient Will Value
Whether you need to provide immediate pain relief for acute jaw pain or headache, protect new restorations from nighttime occlusal forces, or provide a measure of treatment prior to sending your patient to a specialist, QuickSplint comes to your aid.
Minimize Post-op Jaw Sprain/Strain from Long Dental Procedures
Trauma can occur when the mouth is open too wide or for too long, resulting in strain to the masticatory muscles and/or sprain to the TMJs. Help your patient’s jaw relax and recover by providing QuickSplint for short-term overnight wear.
Provide QuickSplint the day of surgery to inhibit parafunctional clenching and minimize complications during the implant healing phase.
Trial Therapy & Transitional Appliance
Use QuickSplint as a temporary appliance until a custom appliance is fit and delivered.
Provide QuickSplint to patients in your office today to show your concern with first aid until the specialist can be seen.