- Anatomical Teaching Aids
- Medical Dipsticks
- Conductice Gel & Coupling Agents
- Blood Glucose Meters
- Heart Rate Monitors
- ECG Devices
- Clinical Thermometers
- Activity Tracker
- Tuning Forks
- Nurse Watches
- Blood Pressure Meters
- Veterinary Gel
- Diagnostic Lamp
- Blood Pressure Cuffs
Dental Models - Anatomical Tooth & Jaw Models
Dental models are used by dentists as well as by oral surgeons and orthopedists for the purpose of patient education and oral hygiene instruction. The detailed models are also suitable as training material for prospective dentists or for biology lessons at school. Our range includes different types of dental models made of particularly robust and unbreakable plastic.
The spectrum of our assortment extends from the complete replica of the human chewing apparatus to enlarged detailed views or cross-sections of individual jaw areas and teeth. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about these and other items in our wide-ranging portfolio. You can find more information about our dental models at the end of this page.
Different Types of Dental Models
In our product range, we offer you a wide variety of demonstration models, each of which vividly reproduces different areas of the jaw and teeth. In addition to lifelike casts, there are also transparent dental models or versions with markings and inscriptions. This includes dental models that depict the entire anatomy of the jaw including joints, joint muscles and bone structure.
Special dental care models reshape the upper and lower jaw, including the gums and tongue. They are often used by dentists and orthodontists to explain correct brushing techniques and the need for thorough oral hygiene. The dental care models are available in enlarged form for precise illustration.
Dental Models in Details and Sections
Corresponding dental models are used to illustrate specific clinical pictures, such as caries, periodontal disease or inflammation of the roots. These usually show limited sections of the jaw or individual teeth in cross-section. Depending on the type of anatomical model, details - such as nerve canals and tooth roots as well as damage such as abscesses, erosions or anatomical malformations - can be clearly identified.
Using dental prosthesis models, different types of crowns and bridges can be presented and explained to patients. These greatly enlarged dental models are also suitable as training support materials for budding dentists and technicians.