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.
OccluSense® - Innovative System for digital Occlusion Test
The new system, developed by Bausch, combines the traditional and digital registration of the pressure distribution of the occlusal surfaces.
For more information, go to www.occlusense.com