Digital occlusion control with the Bausch OccluSense

Join Mina Niknazemi on Thursday 7 September at 7pm as she discusses digital occlusion control with the Bausch OccluSense.

The new system OccluSense, developed by Bausch, combines the traditional and digital registration of the pressure distribution on occlusal surfaces.

The OccluSense device is being used in combination with a 60 microns thin single-use pressure sensor colour coated in red, which is being applied exactly like a conventional occlusion test foil.

The patient’s masticatory pressure distribution is being recorded digitally in 256 pressure levels and then transmitted to the OccluSense iPad app for further evaluation.

The traditional colour transfer on the occlusal surfaces of the patient facilitates the assignment of the captured data. The recordings are being stored in the patient management system of the iPad app and can be reviewed or exported any time.

In this webinar, hosted by dentist Mina Niknazemi, you will learn how to integrate the OccluSense system into your everyday practice.

Learning outcomes

  • What is OccluSense?
  • A brief overview of the product
  • How to integrate the OccluSense system into practice.

Mina Niknazemi

In 2013, Mina Niknazemi completed her BSc biomedical sciences at Queen Mary University of London.

She then completed a state examination in dentistry at the University of Cologne, Germany in 2022.

Since 2023, she has worked at the Polyclinic for Dental Prosthetics at the centre for dental, oral and maxillofacial medicine at the University Hospital in Cologne, Germany.

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