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Professional functional analysis is a must – and is a piece of cake for dentists who use FunktioCheck Pro®!

Without the dentist’s professional analysis, functional disorders often go undetected. This is why many patients suffer from some complaints for such a long time – like migraines, tinnitus, tension pains in the facial area, neck, shoulder and back pain, sleep disturbances, teeth grinding and snoring – before they find a practice for functional diagnostics. For this reason, it is even more important that the dental practice in question is set up properly and equipped to help these patients. During professional diagnostics, especially for the purposes of early detection, dentists should carry out a manual-clinical functional analysis. Unlike instrumental diagnostics, they will manage this even if they’re not an expert using the easy-to-use medical history software “FunktioCheck Pro®” for tablets.

Reliable early detection

Dentists that use FunktioCheck Pro® have the basis for simple, systematic and therefore reliable functional analysis in their hands: software and a tablet help to detect the cause of suffering in the context of functional disorders and to prevent further disorders. The combination of subjective medical history and objective findings provides you with a fully documented diagnosis (further diagnostics using the DIR® System 2) and is the basis for making decisions about potential courses of treatment.

Safe functional diagnostics even if you're not an expert:


  • Medical device of the newest generation
  • On the basis of state-of-the-art computer technology
  • Certified, developed and “made in Germany” with EU certification
  • Simple, reliable application due to its clear structure
  • Analytical approach with high level of medical validation
  • Based on functional diagnostics research

Use FunktioCheck Pro® starting now for manual-clinical functional analysis – for happy patients and reliable dentistry!

Related content:

Functional diagnostics
Manual-clinical diagnostics
Instrumental diagnostics
The DIR® System 2


TMD occurs in about 8% of the general population, but only about 3% require treatment due to this condition. TMD symptoms seldom manifest in young children, but their frequency increases up until puberty. Women of child-bearing age are affected significantly more frequently than men, as they are by other pain conditions.
Source: Wikipedia (accessed: 27 November 2015, 11:12 UTC)


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Manual-clinical functional diagnostics with a brief examination and palpation precedes the instrumental examination.

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This examination must be documented precisely for further diagnostics. In an ideal scenario, this takes place using the software “FunktioCheck Pro®” for tablets (pursuant to the guidelines of the DGFDT).