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The OccluSense® system consists of the handheld device, inductive charger, a test sensor, and one box of 25 OccluSense® sensors.
OccluSense® Handheld Device
The new system developed by Bausch combines the traditional and digital registration of the pressure distribution on occlusal surfaces. The OccluSense® used in combination with the OccluSense® sensors is applied exactly like conventional occlusion test foils. The patient masticatory pressure distribution is recorded digitally in 256 pressure levels and then transmitted to the OccluSense® – iPad app for further evaluation. Recordings are stored in the patient management system of the iPad and can be reviewed or exported at any time.
OccluSense® Electronic Pressure Sensor.
- 60 microns thin
- color coated
The thin and flexible material permits the recording of both static and dynamic occlusion. Additionally, the red color coated sensor marks the occlusal contacts on the patient’s teeth.
The OccluSense®-iPad-App has been developed for the following Apple iPad models:
Installation on an iPad mini is not recommended. In order to use the app in full functionality, the system must be registered ﬁrst within the app. The instructions for the installation and registration can be found in chapter 10 of the owner’s manual.
iPad Air 2013
iPad Air 2 2014
iPad Pro 12.9″ 2015
iPad Pro 9.7″ 2016
iPad (5th gen.) 2017
iPad Pro (2nd gen., 12.9″) 2017
iPad Pro (2nd gen., 10.5″) 2017
iPad (6th gen.) 2018
iPad Pro (3rd gen., 11″) 2018
iPad Pro (3rd gen., 12.9″) 2018
iPad Air (3rd gen.) 2019
iPad (7th gen.) 2019
Using this system it is possible to check the patient´s masticatory pressure distribution.
In comparison to traditional occlusion test materials (papers, foils), the system does not only show the local premature contacts on the occlusal surfaces of the teeth, but due to the OccluSense®-iPad-App it is possible to see a graphical representation of occlusal pressure conditions on the iPad.
It is possible to visualize the proportion of the masticatory forces of the entire dental arch and thus a support for the practitioner for further patient-oriented therapy planning is provided. Several recordings can be compared, e.g. before and after dental treatment, and can be saved on the iPad for documentation purposes.
Therapeutic measures must not be applied on the basis of the data of the OccluSense®System only, further information is required, in order to achieve a comprehensive diagnosis. The representation of the masticatory forces does not allow any conclusions regarding the actual exerted forces (absolute values). These are relative value representations.