Computerized jaw tracking (electrognathography) equipment offers the ability to track the jaw movements three dimensionally, recording the dysfunction so it can be corrected. A headset is placed on the patient and a magnet is placed below their lower front teeth to make a recording of the lower jaw as it moves. Computerized jaw tracking is a completely non-invasive technique. Please call Dr. Powell and her team at our office in Boise, Idaho to learn more about computerized jaw tracking and our other state-of-the-art, advanced diagnosis and treatment options.