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OccluSense system by Bausch: Digital occlusion is the future

When evaluating the occlusal conditions of prosthetic restorations and implant-supported superstructures, it's useful to detect and correct unphysiological masticatory force distributions and premature contacts immediately during the treatment.

The battery-powered OccluSense system allows, in combination with the flexible, 60µm thin and colour coated pressure sensors, to record static and dynamic occlusion digitally. The data can be saved in the OccluSense iPad app, compared, exported or analysed, any time. Additionally the colour coating of the sensor marks the occlusal contacts on the patient's teeth and facilitates the assignment to the digitally recorded data. The colour coated sensors are now also available in wider size "XL" (order number: BK 5035) that remain 60µm thin.

OccluSense is a useful device for the daily routine of all areas of dentistry in which occlusion control plays a prominent role by displaying and recording the masticatory pressure force, from the first contact to the maximum intercuspation.

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