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Jaw model for pediatric dentistry [D75FE-SW.K.14] (with FE articulator)

Mastering pediatric dental procedures. A pediatric model series that allows for a variety of practical training.

Each developmental stage has its own characteristics, and pediatric dentistry requires treatment methods tailored to each stage. In order to treat this, it is necessary to learn techniques that take into account subsequent development. To master these skills, it is essential to consistently practice basic techniques in order to understand handling during forming. The pediatric model series includes models that can change to various developmental stages and allow training to be tailored to the stage and symptoms, as well as models specialized for crown restoration training, for pediatric training that requires treatment in a variety of fields. You can choose according to your purpose.

Features

●A mixed dentition jaw model equipped with a soft mucous membrane that allows various pediatric dentistry practices such as pre-existing deciduous tooth crown abutment formation, Class II resin cavity formation, vital pulp cutting method, etc.
– In order to conduct training assuming two different developmental stages, stage IIA and stage IIC, we have attached defect plugs that can reproduce the defect state and permanent tooth models with different eruption states, and provide oral hygiene guidance and first molars that are in the process of erupting. We can also provide oral hygiene guidance to patients.
●In addition, a model tooth simulating a tooth germ is embedded at the bottom of the area where the space preservation device is used for practical training, making it easier to understand the necessity of space preservation.

Training use

*Plaque control is practiced in combination with artificial plaque, etc.

specification
  • Can be attached to a simple mannequin
  • Soft type mucosa
  • Magnet plate attached
  • Model teeth can be replaced
  • Some model teeth are screwed
set contentJaw model SW.K.14 (1 piece), missing plug (9 pieces), deciduous tooth model tooth (2 pieces), permanent tooth model tooth (4 pieces)
component●Mucosa for SW.K.14 SW.K.14-F-GSE (clear pink)
variation●D75D-SW.K.14 (with D articulator)
●D75HD-SW.K.14 (without articulator)

Component model teeth

partStandard goodsAttached itemspartStandard goodsAttached items
model teethreplacement model teethdefective plugmodel teethreplacement model teethdefective plug
A3-310A2-466A3AN-343A2AN-467
A3-310A3-310
A3AN-310A3AN-310
A3AN-310B4-309A2-468
A3AN-310A3AN-310
A2AN-528A2AN-530A2AN-534A2AN-529A2AN-531A2AN-535
A2-280A2-448A2-280A2-447
A3-310A3-310
A8-SW.K.12A8-SW.K.12
A3AN-310B4-309A2-469
B4-309A2-470A24AN-204
A1AN-SW.K10A2AN-533A2AN-450A1AN-SW.K.10A2AN-532A2AN-449

variation

Abutment formation

[Right maxillary E, D, C] [Left maxillary A, C, E] [Right mandible D] We used model teeth with cutting properties suitable for preparation to imagine various restorations while experiencing the feeling of cutting. You can practice the formation method. In addition, we are able to provide consistent training for adjusting and fitting the existing baby tooth crown after its formation.

Abutment formation
Abutment formation
Abutment formation
Cavity formation

[Right maxillary E, D, C] [Left maxillary A, C, E] [Right mandible D] We used model teeth with cutting properties to enable practical training for 2nd and 3rd grade resin restorations. I am wearing it. In addition, a rubber dam can be attached, allowing you to practice using matrix bands, wedges, etc.

Cavity formation
Cavity formation
Cavity formation
Pulp cutting

[Left mandible E] is equipped with a tooth model with soft tissue that simulates the dental pulp, making it possible to practice simulating pulp cutting. In addition, since the root of the tooth is transparent, it is easy to check the condition after applying glue or temporarily sealing.

Pulp cutting
Pulp cutting
Pulp cutting
Tooth extraction training

[Left upper jaw D] [Right lower jaw E] [Left lower jaw D] are equipped with tooth models that are replicas of natural teeth, allowing you to practice tooth extraction. In addition, a model tooth that simulates a tooth germ is embedded at the bottom, allowing you to understand the positional relationship between the tooth root and tooth germ and the anatomical shape of the tooth root.

Tooth extraction training
Tooth extraction training
Tooth extraction training
Manufacture and installation of clearance device

By using defect plugs for [left maxilla D], [right mandible E], and [left mandible D], you can practice making fixed and removable gap retaining devices. In addition, tooth germ is embedded in the lower part to make it easier to understand the need for space retention. Additionally, defect plugs can be attached to [right maxillary A] and [left maxillary A].

Manufacture and installation of clearance device
Manufacture and installation of clearance device
Manufacture and installation of clearance device
Preventive occlusion

Assuming preventive filling training, a soft type mucosa is attached to enable the attachment of a rubber dam, and the pit and fissure of the first molar has a complex and deep shape. In addition, since the eruption status can be changed by replacing the tooth model, cement-based or resin-based fillings are also possible.

Preventive occlusion
Preventive occlusion
Preventive occlusion
plaque control

In the IIC stage, you can conduct training that simulates tooth brushing instruction for first molars that are in the process of erupting. In addition, stage IIA was assumed by replacing [right side maxilla D], [left side maxilla D], [right side mandible D], and [left side mandible D] with defective plugs and [right side mandible 1] and [left mandible 1] with deciduous incisors. You can also do practical training.

plaque control
plaque control
plaque control

replacement parts

model teeth
mucous membrane

Optional supplies

model teeth
others