VIDEO: How I Measure AGGA Gaps Using Feeler Gauges

In this video I will show you how I use plastic feeler gauges to measure the gaps created between my upper teeth by the Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance (AGGA).

Most recently I used these feeler gauges to take 42 week measurements of my AGGA gaps.

Feeler gauges are a tool normally used to measure widths in automotive and machining applications. But I have repurposed them for dentistry!

Below is the specific plastic set that I use. It’s special because most feeler gauges are metal and come covered in a film of toxic lubricant.

 
 

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