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Jaw model for impression taking training [G10-KG.P.6-QF] (without articulator)

Mastering the field of edentulous prosthetics. The 402 series has a wide variety of variations.

Complete denture is the largest prosthesis in the oral cavity. When manufacturing them, various techniques are required to functionally understand the shape of the oral mucosa and find the appropriate occlusal height and alignment position of the artificial teeth. As a first step in mastering these skills, it is essential to consistently practice basic techniques in order to understand the characteristics of the oral mucosa, how to use various impression materials, and the occlusal style. The 402 series allows you to choose from a variety of variations depending on the purpose of your training, from models with soft mucous membranes that can perform various impression-taking methods to plaster models that can perform technical tasks such as artificial tooth alignment.

Features

●An edentulous jaw model equipped with soft mucosa and can be used with model compound.
●Adds morphological features such as maxillary fossa.
●It has a shape in which the gingival mucosa is raised from the gingival-buccal transition area so that you can practice muscle pressure formation.

Training use
specification
  • Can be attached to a simple mannequin
  • Mucosal membrane replacement not possible
  • Magnet plate attached
variation●G10FE-KG.P.6-QF (with FE articulator)
*Please note that the upper and lower jaws will interfere.
impression taking

The G10 series is equipped with a soft mucosa and has morphological features such as Hammuller’s notch and palatal fossa that can be used as a guide when taking impressions. In addition, since silicone impression materials can be used, a variety of impression-taking methods are possible, including general impressions and precision impressions using various impression materials. Furthermore, the KGP.6 model has a rise that simulates the lip and buccal mucosa to enable muscle pressure formation, making it possible to conduct more clinical training.

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