In a face-to-face seminar Dr. Ulrich Wegmann - with the support of zebris Medical GmbH - teaches the fundamentals of functional theory as well as the significance and impact on the design of occlusion. The possible applications of the JMA-Optic jaw registration system in diagnosis and therapy as well as possibilities for fixing the mandibular sensor system will be demonstrated. In a practical demonstration, the measuring module for "Functional Analysis" and "Digital Occlusion” will be shown, from matching the data with intraoral scanners, to new display and evaluation possibilities of dynamic occlusion, taking facial symmetry into account. Furthermore, the transfer of the measurement data into mechanical and virtual articulators of a CAD system is demonstrated. Furthermore the planning of therapeutic bite splints for stomatognathic rehabilitation is shown.

Topic Overview:

  • Basics of function and occlusion
  • Possible applications of the zebris JMA-Optic jaw registration system - Fixation of the mandibular sensor system
  • Practical demonstration of function and digital occlusion
  • Transfer of measurement data to exocad
  • Planning of therapeutic bite splints
Course price200 Eur


Ulrich Wegmann
Ulrich Wegmann

Studies of chemistry and dentistry at the University of Bonn

From 1978 to 2014 lecturer at the Department of Dental Prosthetics, Preclinical Education and Materials Sciences at the university of Bonn, Germany. Since 1984 head of Preclinical Education

Since 2014 in private clinic.

Main area of activity: Implant-Prosthetics, Funktion Diagnosis and Therapy (TMD), Digital Dentistry, Dental Education

Since 1978 lecturer at numerous international congresses and courses, especially for the main areas of activity. Consultant for Universitys, Clinics and dental manufacturers.

Since 2014 owner of Dent-Ed (Dental Education, Training and Consulting).


9.30 - 17.30
presentation workshop


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