Supported by his father, Dr. Hans Bausch studied dentistry in Cologne, Germany after the World War II. After tireless work in his own laboratory, he succeeded in developing a unique articulating paper which marks intensively on moist surfaces. BAUSCH ARTICULATING PAPER with progressive color transfer, a revolutionary product at this time, was immediately accepted by dentists around the world.
Subsequently, micro-thin articulating papers were introduced in the 60's and ultra-thin articulating-films were added to the assortment in the 70's. To complete the full line of BAUSCH occlusion test materials, ARTI-SPOT, a liquid high spot indicator was developed in the 80's.
Special features are the interactive 3D animations in real time, which can be controlled via the touch-sensitive display. The human skull is 360° rotatable and scaleable via the innovative zoom function of the iPad in order to have a closer look at the condyles and the movement of the mandible