A range of healthy and diseased natural teeth are available. The detailing of the pulp chamber floor and root canals are especially accurate.
Endodontic access cavity preparations can be practiced on a range of 3D models made from high-resolution micro-CT scans of extracted teeth.
Schools use these to let students experience real world anatomy of teeth and to offer them training hours prior to working on expensive plastic endodontic models in the pre-clinic. Practice opportunities are now plentiful even if natural teeth are in short supply. Teachers can remotely observe students cutting their preparations with a clear and unobstructed view of the tooth and hand piece, increasing insight and understanding of their students’ skills.
All models contain the different dental tissues (enamel, dentine, pulp, caries, amalgam, composite) and the anatomy of the scanned tooth and the tissue boundaries are precisely simulated. When making the preparation the drop into the pulp chamber can be clearly felt.
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