Root Canal Pathology Models
The model is a set of five tooth pulp study models that are designed to help dentists and dental students understand the different stages of endodontic treatment and the details of periodontal disease. The models have a transparent base that makes it easy to see the root canal pulp and the intricate details of the tooth structure.
Each model in the set represents a different stage of endodontic treatment, from initial diagnosis to final restoration. The root canal pathology models are designed to show the various steps involved in root canal treatment, including cleaning and shaping the root canal, filling and sealing the canal, and placing a crown or other restoration.
In addition to the endodontic treatment stages, the models also feature magnified details of periodontal disease. This makes it easier for dentists to explain the condition to patients and to show them how it affects their teeth and gums.