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Integrated training model [D16-NI.P.22]

Advanced model for comprehensive training that utilizes knowledge in each field

Nissin’s comprehensive training model, developed jointly with Niigata University, involves a series of tasks such as “examination/diagnosis,” “treatment planning,” “treatment,” and “prosthesis fitting,” in order to put the knowledge and skills gained in each field to clinical use. The concept is to practice the flow using a single jaw model.
The six types of jaw models each simulate various disease symptoms that are commonly seen clinically, such as caries, dental calculus (periodontal), residual root teeth, and protruding teeth. This can be reproduced by replacing the socket.

Advanced model for comprehensive training that utilizes knowledge in each field

Each case

remaining root tooth
remaining root tooth
remaining root tooth
caries
caries
Tartar
Tartar
tooth loss
tooth loss
route resection
route resection