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Jaw model for periodontal surgery training [P15D-004-PS] (with D 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

●Jaw model assuming moderate periodontal disease.
●Periodontal surgery training such as gingivectomy and flap surgery is available.
●We are equipped with a lesioned mucosa that can be used to make incisions and sutures so that you can perform basic treatments for gingivitis and periodontitis while experiencing the sensation of making an incision.
●The model tooth has anatomical form up to about 1/3 of the tooth root.
●Used in conjunction with a dental calculus set, etc., it is possible to perform scaling assuming that granulation tissue has been removed.

Training use
specification
  • Can be attached to a simple mannequin
  • No mucosal adhesive for incision and suture (no periosteum)
  • Tongue model can be attached
  • Magnet plate not attached
  • Model teeth can be replaced
  • model tooth screw
component●Anatomical model tooth B1AN-004
□28 tooth parts
●Mucosa for P15-004 (pink) P15-004-F-GSF
variation●P15FE-004-PS (with FE articulator)
●P15-004-PS (without articulator)

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replacement parts

model teeth
mucous membrane

Optional supplies

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