Based on the principles of motion and friction, the Bio JVA™ is a diagnostic aid for TMD and TMJ pathology

Bio JVA™ in Dentistry

BioJVA for Joint Vibrational Analysis

BioJVA is a diagnostic aid used to measure how the patient's joints are functioning before starting any case that repositions the mandible. In less than five minutes, your team can provide a highly accurate, quantitative test analyzing the stability and function of the Temporomandibular Joint. 

BioJVA or Joint Vibrational Analysis is a quick, non-invasive method for objectively evaluating the Temporomandibular Joints.

Much like the way dentists evaluate the wear on the teeth, JVA gives the dentist insight into the health of the jaw joint. BioJVA Joint Vibrational Analysis is based on the simple principles of motion and friction. When smooth surfaces rub together, they create little friction and vibration. If these surfaces become rough, friction and vibration are created as the surfaces articulate. 

The Bio JVA works by measuring and recording movement in 4-dimensional space and translating it into a digital signal displayed as simple, digestible data through the BioPAK™ software.

Jaw joint vibrations have been researched extensively with thousands of documented cases of various dysfunction. The BioJVA and joint vibration analysis practice can help you as a doctor to identify disturbances that correspond with various types of dysfunction found on the Piper Scale of jaw joint dysfunction.

The unique solution BioJVA™ provides is in it’s ability to create clear data for a proper diagnosis and treatment of TMD, quickly and pain-free.

There is a vast collection of research studies done on the measurement of the TMJ. We have compiled a cross-section of the latest research on JVA, view the bibliography by clicking here

Joint Vibration Analysis