Doctor-patient Communication Implant Display Model
The model is four times magnified hands-on model, designed to explain the different procedures of dental bridge vs dental implant and highlight the advantages of dental implants. This model is ideal for dental professionals, students, and patients who want to understand the implantation process and the difference between implants and bridges.
The model consists of three removable crowns, an abutment, and an implant post. The implant post is made of high-quality titanium, which is a durable and biocompatible material. The post is inserted into the jawbone to provide a stable foundation for the crown.
The abutment is a small connector that attaches the crown to the implant post. It is designed to provide a stable and secure connection between the crown and the post.
The three removable crowns are designed to demonstrate the difference between a bridge and an implant.
- The first crown is attached to the abutment and the implant post, representing a dental implant.
- The second crown is attached to the adjacent teeth, representing a traditional dental bridge.
- The third crown is attached to the missing restorative cover area, representing a removable dental crown.
The model allows for a hands-on demonstration of the implantation process, from the placement of the implant post to the attachment of the crown. The removable crowns and abutment can be unscrewed, allowing for a detailed explanation of each step of the process.
The advantages of dental implants are also highlighted in the model. Dental implants provide a long-term solution to missing teeth, offering a stable and secure foundation for a crown. Unlike traditional bridges, dental implants do not require adjacent teeth to be filed down, preserving the integrity of the surrounding teeth.