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Jaw model for oral surgery training [P15FE-OOP.1] (with FE articulator)

Master surgical procedures such as tooth extraction and suturing. Oral surgery model series.

Surgical procedures require different treatments depending on the case. In order to master oral surgery techniques such as tooth extraction, it is essential to consistently practice the basic procedures including various anesthesia methods, incision and suturing methods, etc. Oral surgery models include models that allow you to practice basic incision and suturing techniques and infiltration anesthesia, and models that allow you to perform various oral surgical procedures such as tooth extraction and incision for abscesses, so you can choose according to your purpose.

Features

●Jaw model with various simulated lesions.
●Equipped with a mucous membrane that can be incised and sutured, it is possible to practice oral surgery such as anesthesia, tooth extraction, abscess incision, and removal of bone protrusions.
●A model tooth in the form of a natural tooth is attached and fixed with a soft material that simulates periodontal ligament so that you can experience the feeling of dislocation during tooth extraction and periodontal ligament curettage.

Training use
specification
  • Can be attached to a simple mannequin
  • Cannot attach tongue model
  • Mucosal membrane replacement not possible
  • Magnet plate attached
  • Model tooth fixed with strong adhesive
  • Model teeth cannot be replaced
variation●P15D-OOP.1 (with D articulator)
●P15-OOP.1 (without articulator)

variation

anesthesia

Since it is equipped with a soft type mucosa, it is possible to conduct training assuming infiltration anesthesia.

anesthesia
anesthesia
anesthesia
Normal tooth extraction

[Right maxilla 1] [Right maxilla 6] [Left maxilla 1] [Left maxilla 6] [Right mandible 1] [Right mandible 6] [Left mandible 1] [Left mandible 6] The model teeth are soft, assuming periodontal ligament. Since it is fixed with material, it is possible to practice various tooth extraction movements.

Normal tooth extraction
Normal tooth extraction
Normal tooth extraction
Difficult tooth extraction

For the mandibular right wisdom tooth, you can practice mucosal incision, dissection, tooth dislocation, curettage, and suturing in preparation for difficult tooth extraction.

Difficult tooth extraction
Difficult tooth extraction
Difficult tooth extraction
Impacted tooth extraction

Since the mandibular left wisdom tooth is in a horizontally impacted state, it is possible to practice bone removal, crown/root division, extraction, etc. in preparation for extraction of an impacted tooth.

Impacted tooth extraction
Impacted tooth extraction
Impacted tooth extraction
Replantation and fixation of avulsed teeth

By using a tooth model after tooth extraction, you can practice replantation and fixation, such as curettage of avulsed teeth and resin fixation, assuming that the teeth are avulsed.

Replantation and fixation of avulsed teeth
Replantation and fixation of avulsed teeth
Replantation and fixation of avulsed teeth
bony protuberance removal

A bone ridge is added to the buccal side of the left molar of the upper jaw, and bone removal can be performed using incisions, mucosal peeling, and mallets.

bony protuberance removal
bony protuberance removal
bony protuberance removal
empyema incision

Fluid is applied to the gingival transition area of ​​the right canine of the mandible to simulate abscess, and surgical procedures such as draining the pus and inserting a drain can be performed.

empyema incision
empyema incision
empyema incision
Root tip resection

A soft material is applied to the maxillary right central incisor to simulate a root apical lesion, and practical training can be performed imagining bone removal, root end resection, and lesion extraction.

Root tip resection
Root tip resection
Root tip resection