FAQ

  1. Are upgrades included when I buy the Tooth Chart?
    YES! When you purchase an Interactive Meridian Tooth Chart, you will automatically receive any upgrades as long as your subscription is active.

  2. What if my webmaster or I have problems with installing the tooth chart on my website?
    Please contact support@abchealthsystems.com or 888-708-2525 if you or your webmaster have any difficulty with installation.
    The website tooth chart file is a basic SWF file and should be easily installed. However, we will gladly work with you and make
    sure it works on your website.

  3. Can I use the desktop version on my PC or MAC computer?
    Yes, you will receive the tooth chart in both PC and MAC versions.

  4. Will the website version of the tooth chart work on an iPad?
    YES! The website version of the tooth chart consists of code that contains a registration key. The tooth chart is visible on the iPad and most mobile devices.
    Your tooth chart file can only be seen on desktop or laptop computers.

    Also, you may go to the App Store on your iPad and purchase the Meridian Tooth Chart and download it directly to your iPad.
    For more infomation about the Meridian Tooth Chart app, click here.

  5. Can I get the Tooth Chart in another language other than what is available on the website?
    If you would like a different language other than what is currently available on the website, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
    We are currently working on French, Chinese, and Japanese (FDI) versions.

  6. What is the source of the Interactive Meridian Tooth Chart information?
    References:
    Empirical Relationships Between Teeth, Organs, Disease Chart by Thomas Rau, MD

    Dr. Voll and Dr. Kramer, of the International Society for Electro-Acupuncture in Germany, and their dentist colleague Dr. Adler, have
    have identified which parts of the body are related to each of the 32 individual adult teeth. Their work has shown a connection between
    patient's symptoms and illness and those teeth which have suffered either developmental, infective, traumatic or degenerative change.