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Jaw model for periodontal surgery training [P15-901C] (without articulator)

Periodontal surgery model series assuming various pathological conditions.

Periodontal surgery requires various combinations of treatments depending on the case, including not only treatments such as SRP, but also gingivectomy, flap surgery, and guided tissue regeneration. To do this, it is necessary to understand the sequence of surgical procedures and master various surgical techniques, including basic incision and suturing techniques. The periodontal surgery model series has various patterns of gingival lesions and horizontal and vertical bone defects, and all models are equipped with mucous membranes that can be incised and sutured to enable surgical treatment. There are models that assume moderate severity and models that assume severe severity, and you can choose according to the purpose of your training.

Features

●A jaw model that simulates severe periodontal disease and allows you to practice various periodontal surgical procedures.
●In order to perform various flap surgeries, we have strong horizontal and vertical bone defects in the alveolar bone area, and we have attached mucous membranes that can be incised and sutured.
●In order to conduct training assuming furcation lesions such as furcation plasty, we have reproduced lesions of grades I to III using model teeth with root furcations.
●The model tooth has an anatomical form up to about 2/3 of the tooth root, and tartar is pre-attached, allowing for more practical and effective scaling and root planing training.

Training use
specification
  • Can be attached to a simple mannequin
  • Tongue model can be attached
  • Mucosa can be replaced
  • Magnet plate attached
  • Model teeth can be replaced
  • model tooth screw
component●Anatomical model tooth (with tartar) B1AN-901C

●Mucosa for P15-901C (pink) P15-901C-F-GSF
variation●P15FE-901C (with FE articulator)
●P15D-901C (with D articulator)

variation

flap surgery

It is possible to practice incision, bone shaping, and suturing using various techniques assuming flap surgery. Additionally, since tartar is attached to the tooth model in advance, root planing is also possible after granulation tissue has been removed.

flap surgery
flap surgery
flap surgery
Tissue regeneration guidance method

It is also possible to create bone defects such as dehiscence or two-walled defects in the alveolar bone, and perform training such as root planing and membrane installation for guided tissue regeneration.

Tissue regeneration guidance method
Tissue regeneration guidance method
Tissue regeneration guidance method
Root furcation diagnosis

In order to enable probing and exploration with an awareness of furcation lesions, we have created lesions ranging from grade I to grade III on model teeth with bifurcated roots.

Root furcation diagnosis
Root furcation diagnosis
Root furcation diagnosis
furcation plasty

[Right maxilla 7] [Left maxilla 7] [Right mandible 7] have bifurcation lesions assumed to be grade II. Practical training such as odontoplasty, which is based on furcation plasty, is possible.

furcation plasty
furcation plasty
furcation plasty
Root cutting

[Right maxilla 6] [Left maxilla 6] [Right mandible 6] have grade III furcation lesions, so hemisection and trisection can be performed assuming root amputation.

Root cutting
Root cutting
Root cutting
tunnel formation

[Right mandible 6] and [Left mandible 7] have furcation lesions assuming grade III, making it possible to form a tunnel to modify the shape of the alveolar bone.

tunnel formation
tunnel formation
tunnel formation

replacement parts

model teeth
mucous membrane

Optional supplies

others