Arti-Fol metallic Complete
Arti-Fol metallic Complete BK 328 combines the proven Arti-Fol metallic film black/red with a new and hygienically perfect cardboard holder. Since the corona epidemic it has become even more important to meet the hygienic requirements.
Due to its special shape, Arti-Fol metallic Complete can be used individually on the left or right side or together for the entire dental arch.
One package contains 100 holders, 10 of which are hygienically sealed.
The unique combination of a high-tech metal foil (Shimstock foil 12µ) and a two-sided color coating with micro-fine ground color pigments enables clear visible marking of all occlusal contact
points. The Arti-Fol®metallic BK 28 also precisely marks moist occlusal surfaces. It is thus universally applicable for all materials such as metal, ceramics and plastics, including
composites and natural teeth.
The material enables efficient grinding in, even with occlusal splints (bruxism). The centric and eccentric are clearly indicated on the bite aid. The centric and eccentric can be shown consecutively with only one foil because of the two different colors.
OccluSense - Digital Occlusion
OccluSense® - The Future of Occlusion Control.
The new system, developed by Bausch, combines the traditional and digital registration of the pressure distribution of the occlusal surfaces.
The OccluSense® handheld is a battery powered device which uses a local wireless network to transfer the recorded data to the OccluSense®-iPad-App.
The inductive charger provides wireless power transfer. Fully charged batteries allow the usage of the device for up to 4 hours.
The 60 microns thin and OccluSense® Electronic Pressure Sensor is being used just like traditional occlusion test materials.
The technologically advanced OccluSense® pressure sensors allow the recording of the masticatory forces in 256 pressure levels.
The thin and flexible material permits the recording of both the static and the dynamic occlusion.
Additionally, the red color coating marks the occlusal contacts on the patient’s teeth.
The data of the occlusal masticatory distribution are being displayed with the OccluSense®iPad App. The traditional color transfer on the occlusal surfaces facilitates the assignment of the recorded data.
The data which can be displayed as 2-and 3-dimensional graphics, including the masticatory distribution, with up to 150 images per second and can be stored in the patient management system of the iPad App and reviewed or exported any time.
For more information, go to www.occlusense.com