Computerized Bite Analysis is a technology including Joint Vibration Analysis (JVA) that is used to diagnose temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems and headaches. By utilizing computerized sensors, JVA records pattern of jaw movement of the patient’s. From these images, the location, size, shape, and condition of the jaw joints as well as the baseline of the diseased joint can be determined. This data can then be used to detect any abnormalities that may be causing the patient’s TMJ and headache symptoms. Additionally, this technology allows for a detailed analysis of the patient’s bite by measuring the pressure and force of the patient’s bite. Through this, dentists can create customized treatments that are tailored to the patient’s specific needs and help reduce the pain and discomfort caused by TMJ and headaches. In this way, computerized bite analysis is a valuable tool for accurately diagnosing and treating TMJ and headache problems while providing relief to the patient from their symptoms.