Fully Ranges Of Dentistry Restoration Training Model
The training model is an advanced tool designed for comprehensive dental training. It consists of two parts, the mandibular and maxillary, which are mounted on an articulator. This allows for realistic simulation of tooth preparation, cave preparing, impression taking, gypsum extraction, surgical guide table, implant drilling and placement, incision, gingival ablation and suture procedures.
The model is specifically designed to provide a full range of training purposes, making it an essential tool for both dental students and professionals seeking to develop their restoration skills. With its realistic and accurate simulation capabilities, the dental training model offers a safe and effective platform for practicing dental procedures without the risk of harm to real patients.
The mandibular and maxillary parts of the model are carefully crafted to replicate the anatomy of human teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues. They are made of high-quality materials that accurately mimic the physical properties of natural teeth and gums, providing a realistic feel and experience for trainees. The articulator ensures that the model can be manipulated to simulate different positions and movements of the jaw, allowing for comprehensive training in various dental procedures.
Implant training application
The maxilla design with red gingival and the mandible design without red gingival are indispensable tools for training implant placement and drilling, respectively.
The maxilla design is specifically crafted with red gingival to provide trainees with a realistic representation of soft tissue anatomy during implant placement. On the other hand, the mandible design without red gingival allows for clear visibility and accurate simulation of drilling procedures.
These models are an essential investment for dental students and professionals seeking to improve their skills and gain hands-on experience in implant placement and drilling techniques.
Advanced design feature
In the case of implant training, the resin material is used to create the position of the missing tooth, providing a stable and accurate foundation for the implant placement. The material allows for realistic bone penetration, giving the trainee a tactile sense of the resistance and pressure required during the implantation procedure.
The use of resin materials in dental training provides a valuable tool for improving the quality and safety of dental procedures, as well as for advancing the skills and expertise of dental professionals.
The dental training model is an excellent investment for any dental institution or professional seeking to improve their restoration skills. Its comprehensive training capabilities, realistic simulation, and safety make it an invaluable tool for dental students and professionals alike.