Skull Model with Teeth for Extraction, 4 part



The anatomical human skull is great for dentists and students alike. The teeth of the upper and lower jaw can be extracted from the skull and replaced individually with their fully formed roots. A bone flap on the right mandible of the skull can be opened to view the dental roots, spongiosa, nerve canal and an impacted wisdom tooth. This skull is a great tool for the teaching and learning of human anatomy, with a special focus on teeth.


Item No. 1003625 [W10532]
Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 22 x 13.5 x 17 cm
MPN: A220


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