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The BioScanMSA Ivory allows the technician to perform a comprehensive scan of each tooth to determine if it is balanced. Out of balanced teeth are then further scanned to determine meridian relationships to the tooth pain. Carefully analysis of the results by the dentist will allow the dentist to determine the best course of action for patient wellness.

When the meridians of the teeth are affected, the patient may experience symptoms such as pain, illness, or chronic disease. The BioScanMSA Ivory data provides your dentist with the feedback which can be used to create a customized protocol to help improve the health of the patient.

Dental compatibility testing ensures that when performing work on a patient, that you are using dental materials which are compatible with the patient.  The BioScanMSA Ivory allows compatibility testing of the materials you use in your office.

Unlike other bio-energetic testing devices, the BioScan System is an FDA Cleared non-invasive and pain-free method to gather essential data from your body.

The BioScan does not diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

“Dr. Reinhard Voll taught, 80% of people's problems stemmed from the mouth. IHT is now offering the only dental-friendly program on the market to assist you in testing teeth. I can't practice without my IHT BioScan!!!”

- Dr. Dawn Ewing, Ph.D., RDH, L-EMT-P, CCT, CTN

The Procedure:

The technician charts the patient’s teeth using the BioScanMSA Ivory software based on a current panorex x-ray. Once complete, the patient holds a small brass HandMass in one hand while touching the tooth being tested. The technician uses a stylus to take a reading on acupuncture points on the hand. The unbalanced teeth are then tested to determine if the tooth is the problem or if it is a systemic issue.

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Did you know that tooth pain isn’t always the tooth? It could also be related to the Stomach, Large Intestine, Small Intestine, Kidney, Liver, Spleen, Heart, Sinuses, Pancreas, Bladder, Gallbladder, Joints, Peripheral Nerves, Lung, or Vertebral Segments.