Prosthetic Dentistry

Prosthetic Dentistry

 

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Crown & Bridge Area

Mastering the area of Crown & Bridge Restoration - the first step in learning restorative techniques requires understanding things such as how to handle abutment preparation and cutting pressure. Therefore, it is essential to consistently practice basic techniques.

The PRO Series has functions that are necessary for various restorative training and allows you to acquire the skills of your choice faster by choosing from a wide variety of offerings. Also, by combining with a variety of optional tooth models, it becomes possible to step up to a more practical technique training.

Partial Dental Area

Mastering the Partial Denture Restorative Area.
MIS (Missing Teeth) Series.

In order to learn partial denture fabrication, it is imperative to comprehensively practice basic techniques. You can choose according to the training objective, from models which allow attaching and removing the tooth model to single construction type models and plaster models.

Implant Area

A Wide Variation of IMP (Implant) Series
for Mastering the Implant Field

To take the first step in mastering implant techniques, it is essential to comprehensively practice basic procedures. The Implant Model Series are made with materials that allow you to experience the drilling feeling of the bone.

Edentulous Jaw Restorative Area

The EDE (Edentulous) Series for mastering
the Edentulous Jaw Restorative Area

During full denture fabrication, various techniques for functionally positioning the gingival form, finding the proper vertical dimension of occlusion, and the alignment position of artificial teeth are required. It is essential to comprehensively practice basic techniques in order to understand the usage of various impression materials and the mode of occlusion.

The Edentulous Jaw Model Series offers a wide variety of model types to choose from such as models with a soft type gingiva that allows various impression taking methods, and plaster models that are for laboratory practice such as denture teeth alignment.

Stomatognathic Function Area

Jaw Functional Skull Model
for Mastering the Stomatognathic Function Area.

The Stomatognathic model, based on the skull model, can reproduce jaw movements in 3-dimensional form, so it becomes easier to understand complex protrusive/retrusive, horizontal and vertical jaw movements in relation to the mandibular condyle and dentition.

Prosthetic Dentistry

 

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