QuickSplint Videos

QuickSplint is easy to fabricate chairside in about 5-minutes. The best way to learn how to  make QuickSplint is to watch our instructional videos. If there is information or instruction that you need that you cannot locate on the video page, please contact us so that may answer your questions. Doctors and patients alike will be interested in the Patient Testimonials videos which show a wide range of patients that have benefited from the use of QuickSplint.

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Product Overviews

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    Dr. Lee Ann Brady Discusses the Practical Uses of QuickSplint
    Dr. Lee Ann Brady discusses the many practical uses of the QuickSplint® interim oral appliance. Includes discussion of QuickSplint® as a diagnostic tool for patients exhibiting tooth wear; its use as a tool to establish parafunction risk in selecting composite materials; its restorative and endo applications; along with using the QuickSplint® interim oral appliance to treat jaw pain and headaches. Runs approximately 5 minutes.Read More
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    Quicksplint Overview
    Dr. Eli demonstrates how quickly QuickSplint can be made for immediate patient delivery.Read More
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    You Can See Grind Marks
    At a two week follow-up appointment the dentist will examine the patient’s QuickSplint for bruxing behavior. Grind marks on the bottom of the QuickSplint reveal parafunction.Read More
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    What to Look for in Making a QuickSplint
    Here you can see a finished QuickSplint and how it fits to the patient’s dentition.Read More
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    How it Works
    Anatomical animation of wearing the QuickSplint and how it inhibits clenching and grinding.Read More

Tips and Techniques for Using QuickSplint

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    Problems with Low Viscosity VPS
    Low Viscosity VPS is an inappropriate material to make the QuickSplint. The low viscosity VPS fills the QuickSplint correctly, however it does not hold its shape well or set in a reasonable amount of time.Read More
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    Challenges in How to Trim High Viscosity VPS
    Demonstration on the challenges in how to trim the high viscosity VPS. High viscosity VPS results in increased mobility and time which is not ideal for the patient or doctor.Read More
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    Alternative Material Choice for QuickSplint
    Material Choice for QuickSplint is key. High Viscosity VPS is undesirable because the patient has to stay in the same position for 3 to 5 minutes.Read More
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    Easy to Reline a Quicksplint
    You can remake or reline the QuickSplint tray during staged treatment. Simply pull out the VPS and refill.Read More
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    Making a QuickSplint with Putty
    Demonstration on how to line the QuickSplint with putty, an alternative to VPS, to fabricate the QuickSplint.Read More
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    How Far Should the Patient Bite Through the QuickSplint?
    When the patient bites down on the QuickSplint, it levels the QuickSplint on the occlusal table. As you can see in this video, the patient bit down on the QuickSplint and you can see the tray surface.Read More
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    Trim with a Scalpel
    Trim excess VPS material with a scalpel. The QuickSplint is ready to wear and fits in the storage container.Read More
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    Loading the QuickSplint Tray
    Demonstration on how to load the QuickSplint tray with fast-set heavy body VPS (Vinyl Polysiloxane Impression Material), including filling the midline slot with VPS. QuickSplint’s VPS fills the tray with a mousse-like consistency that adheres well to the teeth but sets very firm and easy to trim.Read More
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    Getting the Right Fit and Retention
    Tips and techniques on how to get the best fit, retention, and bite registration.Read More

Patient Testimonials

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    Follow-up with Chronic Bruxer
    The patient is an “Olympic bruxer,” which can be seen from grind marks on the QuickSplint. The patient found the QuickSplint very easy to use and was able to fall asleep without any discomfort compared to other oral splints.Read More
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    Decreased Anxiety with Temporary QuickSplint
    Starting treatment right away helped this patient manage her anxiety regarding her condition. Because the patient could not open her mouth, her stress level impacted her ability to cope and relax. Once her stress level improved, it was easier for the patient to discuss her condition and follow-up care. She was relieved to start with a short term trial device for limited range of motion and jaw pain. This patient expresses gratitude to have a device that helped immediately.Read More
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    Instant Gratification and Improvement
    The patient initially experienced pain in his jaw and muscles and was in need of a splint before it progressed. The patient was grateful for a simple and easy to use short term device. The patient explains in his own words the importance of how QuickSplint relaxed his jaw and kept his teeth apart (discluded his posterior teeth). Within a few weeks, his acute jaw pain resolved.Read More
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    Improved Sleep and Reduced Jaw Pain
    After countless sleepless nights and waking up with jaw pain, the patient tried QuickSplint. As a result, the patient explains how she was able to sleep all through the night and noticed a huge change in her jaw. The patient asserts that QuickSplint is the best thing to use (she had tried other devices) as it significantly reduced her jaw pain within the first week. This patient was convinced and ready for the delivery of a custom orthotic.Read More
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    College Student with Jaw Pain
    The patient was highly impressed with the results of the overnight QuickSplint, which helped to relieve headaches and throbbing pain in the jaw. In the attached testimonial, the patient expresses how QuickSplint could benefit a variety of patients including those with stressful environments (work or college), TMJ, temporary jaw pain, or if you simply grind your teeth.Read More
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    Intermittent Left Jaw Pain Improved
    The patient is an excellent example of how untreated jaw pain can resurface or worsen. In this case, the patient had pain in her left jaw intermittently for a few years, however, in the past few months her pain increased. With a few dietary changes, in which the patient limited sticky and chewy food types, the patient improved and the QuickSplint helped to determine the next steps in her treatment plan.Read More
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    Full Improvement in Jaw Pain
    The patient recognized several jaw and muscle strain symptoms including jaw pain, ringing in ears, neck pain, and headache. After using the overnight QuickSplint, which was easy to wear, she felt immediate relief in her headaches and a full improvement in her jaw pain. The QuickSplint demonstrated the need for a full-arch appliance to manage her condition.Read More
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    Significant Decrease in Headache
    The patient presented with headaches and pain in the jaw. After wearing the QuickSplint overnight, the patient expressed a significant improvement in severe headaches and decrease in clenching behavior. The patient noted that when she does not wear the QuickSplint overnight, she would wake up with a sore jaw, thus demonstrating the significant benefit QuickSplint plays in decreasing pain and tension.Read More
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    TMJ Patient with 100% Improvement
    The TMJ patient initially presented with pain and limited range of motion. After three to four months of treatment with QuickSplint and daily excercises advised by Orofacial Pain Specialist, Dr. Bradley Eli, the patient reported full improvement in jaw function and no pain.Read More
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    Speed-to-Treat with Jaw Clicking
    The primary complaint was clicking sounds when the patient opens her jaw. During a one-week follow-up with Orofacial Pain Specialist, Dr. Bradley Eli, DMD, MS, the patient shared her positive experience with QuickSplint. This is a classic case that is initially mild and if untreated, can progress into a chronic condition. Therefore, it is important to implement the speed-to-treat protocol for patients at the time of initial complaint.Read More
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    QuickSplint Helps with Jaw Lock
    QuickSplint is especially beneficial to patients with limited range of motion in the jaw or jaw locking. After wearing QuickSplint overnight for several days, the patient experienced a remarkable improvement. Also in this patient testimonial, Dr. Eli instructs the patient on how to perform daytime exercises.Read More
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    Speed-to-Treat Case
    The patient presented with pain in the left side of his jaw during the day, especially while eating. The patient walks us through his journey with the QuickSplint and emphasizes an 85% improvement in his day-to-day life.Read More
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    Temporary QuickSplint for Immediate Relief
    The patient initially experienced pain in her jaw joints and muscles and was in need of a permanent splint. However, QuickSplint was used as a temporary solution to help relieve tension in the jaw. The patient explains the importance of receiving the QuickSplint during the first visit as it significantly reduced pain and improved her outlook regarding care.Read More
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    80% Improvement in One Week
    The patient presented with jaw pain and sought medical advice from Orofacial Pain Specialist, Dr. Bradley Eli, DMD, MS. During the first follow-up, the patient estimates an 80% improvement with QuickSplint.Read More

Migracises

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    Migracises
    Teaching Your Jaw Muscles to RelaxRead More
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    Jaw Rx-Ercises
    Therapeutic Techniques to Relax Jaw MusclesRead More

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