Dental

3B MICROanatomy™ Tongue

The latest model in our 3B MICROanatomy™ series, the tongue, is fascinating in that it combines various enlargements of specific parts of the tongue in one model

Adult Dentures

Adult dentures with Tooth roots, spongiosa, vessels, and nerves exposed. The lower jaw is movable on the adult denture model. Adult denture model on base.

Advanced Half Lower Jaw with 8 diseased teeth, 19 part

The front section of bone and all the teeth are removable from the half lower jaw, one incisor is longitudinally sectioned. Nerves, blood vessels, the sublingual and submandibular glands are shown.

Classic Tooth Model Series, 5 models

This classic tooth series shows 5 representative types of adult dentition individually mounted on removable stands

Clear Human Jaw with teeth model

Full size hinged clear cast jaw to allow viewing of roots. Healthy side shows normal dentition and occlusion. Affected side shows multiple pathologies, including: super eruption, apical alveolar abscess with caries, periodontal disease, lateral abscess, abfraction, irregular root curvature, impacted canine, erosion, fractured tooth, horizontal impact, radicular pulpitis, root canal with crown, internal resorption, attrition, external resorption of root, implants, and fractured root.

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts

The dental disease model is based on a lifelike illustration of a lower jaw with 16 removable teeth of an adult magnified two times. One half of the dental disease model shows eight healthy teeth and healthy gums. The other half of the model shows the following dental diseases

Dental Morphology Series, 7 part, 10 times life size - English

This dental morphology series has removable lateral incisor, canine, first premolar, bridge made of artificial first molar with gold colored crown, and second molar. All relevant dental morphology structures are labeled. Dental morphology on transparent, jaw-shaped stand.

Dentition Development

The dentition development model is cast from a natural specimen, 4 upper and lower jaw halves, 4 different stages of dentition development

Giant Dental Care Model, 3 times life size

This giant dental care model, large enough to be seen from the back of a classroom, shows the upper and lower half of an adult's dentition. A flexible joint between the jaws allows easy movement of the dental care model. Teach kids the proper teeth cleaning techniques using the giant 14" toothbrush included with this dental care model.

Giant Molar with Dental Cavities, 15 times life size, 6 part

This giant molar model depicts an upper triple-root molar and separates into 5 parts. The molar features a longitudinal section through the crown, two roots and the pulp cavity. The giant molar contains removable pulp and three tooth inserts with different stages of advanced cavities. Giant molar with dental cavities on stand.

Half Lower Jaw, 3 times full-size, 6 part

The model represents half of the left lower jaw of a young person. One section of bone is removable from the half lower jaw to expose the tooth roots, spongiosa, vessels and nerves. Canine and first molar are removable from the half lower jaw, and longitudinally sectioned.

Lower Canine, 2 part

This 2 part lower canine tooth has a longitudinal section. The lower canine tooth is an accurate representation of adult dentition. The D10 series range from 23-29 cm high.

Lower Incisor, 2 part

2 part lower incisor tooth with longitudinal section. This lower incisor tooth is an accurate representative of adult dentition. The D10 series range from 23-29 cm high.

Lower Single-Root Pre-Molar

This model is the Lower Single-Root Pre-Molar tooth. The Lower Single-Root Pre-Molar tooth is an accurate representation of adult dentition. The D10 series range from 23-29 cm high.

Lower Twin-Root Molar showing cavities, 2 part

This 2 part lower twin-root molar has a longitudinal section. The Lower Twin-Root Molar displays cavities. The tooth is a accurate representation of adult dentition. The D10 series range from 23-29 cm high.

Milk Dentures

Upper and lower jaw opened to show the arrangement of the remaining teeth in this milk dentures model. Milk dentures on base.

Teeth Model

Oversized model of teeth including premolars and molars featuring many common dental problems

TMJ Model

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) model, demonstrating the problematic conditions associated with the joint capsule. Emphasis on the disc, surrounding bone inflammation, and also the effects on the teeth, (cracks, chips, cavities, and characteristics of bruxism).

Tongue Model, 2.5 times life size, 4 part

This tongue model shows the lower jaw up to the second molar, the tongue with mouth floor musculature in median section and the right sublingual and submandibular gland. Tongue on removable base.

Upper Triple-Root Molar, 3 part

The upper triple-root molar tooth is 3 part with longitudinal sections. The tooth has cavity inserts. The upper triple-root molar tooth is an accurate representation of adult dentition. The D10 series range from 23-29 cm high

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