An imbalance between the mouth muscles (lips, chewing muscles, tongue and tongue muscles) also influences the shape of the jaws and the position of the teeth and molars. An open bite is easy to measure with a ruler. For a large overjet in combination with an open bite, the SOB meter might be useful. To get an indication whether we are dealing with a skeletal or myogenic open bite, a measurer for angle of mandible can be used.


Measuring an open bite, an overjet and the angle of mandible

  • SOB-meter
    SOB-meter

    To measure the SOB, calibrated 1 - 25 mm. Especially good to measure a larger SOB in combination with an open bite.

    € 7,00
  • Ruler (RVS)
    Ruler (RVS)

    To measure the open bite.

    Now also available in a short version (5 cm). This turns out to be very useful in practice: easier to maneuver, you do not hit the nose or the chin.

    € 2,00
  • Measurer for angle of mandible
    Measurer for angle of mandible

    To give an indication whether the open bite is skelletal or muscular of origin. With open mouth behaviour and a low possition of the tongue in rest there possibly can develop a more vertical growth of the mandible.

    € 8,00
  • Digital caliper
    Digital caliper

    To determine the upper and lower indicator line of the jaws, that indicate in what direction the mandible and maxilla are growing.

    € 7,50

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