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Jaw model for basic implant training [P9-X.1033]


●Mandibular model that allows you to practice flaps and drilling.
●Since the model teeth are fixed to the jaw with adhesive material, it is possible to practice with the assumption of immediate implantation after tooth extraction.
●Ridge expansion practice is possible because the bone width of the anterior teeth is narrow.
●It has a structure with a lower alveolar canal located 13 to 15 mm from the alveolar crest so that training can be performed with consideration to the implantation depth.
*A model assuming the lower alveolar canal is placed 13 to 15 mm from the alveolar crest, allowing practice with consideration to the direction and depth of implantation.

Training use
  • Lower alveolar canal provided
  • Two-layer structure of alveolar bone (cortical bone and cancellous bone)
  • Cannot be installed on a simple mannequin
  • Mucosal adhesive for incision and suturing (with periosteum)
  • Magnet plate not installed
  • Model teeth can be replaced (natural tooth shape/adhesive material stopper)