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 plaque
  • Dental calculus (tartar)
  • Periodontitis
  • Inflammation of the root
  • Fissure, approximal and smooth surface caries.

One part of the front bone section can be removed from the dental disease model to view the roots, vessels and nerves. Two molars are sectioned along the length to show the inside of the tooth.
Dental disease model delivered on a base.

 


Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts 1

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts 2

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts 3

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts 4

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts 5

Dental disease, magnified 2 times, 21 parts


Item No. 1000016 [D26]
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 17.5 x 26 x 18.5 cm
Brand 3B Scientific


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