Dental training manikin NA004-AQM

dental training manikin
dental training manikin
dental training manikin
dental training manikin
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9.9 lb (4.5 kg)


iSim Bench mount dental phantom head manikin Simulator with Magnetic Articulator with condylar ridges, ramus simulating TMJ. Condylar ridge moves forward when the mandible is pushed down to open, and locks in fixed position to ideal mouth opening. Jaws are held Magnetically, allowing quick access & changing the teeth. Retention Spring push back the jaws in occlusion is the brand economical, portable and new way of learning dentistry, that helps you, dental student, to be better prepared before start taking patients. It offers a whole new experience of practicing dental procedures. The dental simulator phantom head provides simulation close to reality and more practical situation resembling actual treatment in various training areas, such as restorative, prosthetic, endodontics, and implantolgy so that one can acquire skill and precisely controlled techniques. iSim Benchmount Dental Phantom Head Manikin comes with * Full 360 degree sturdy high Impact polymer dome skull * Full Natural Silicon Fletcher face mask for complete simulation of a real patient * Fletcher encloses the jaws completely & allows working with water spray * Simulation exercises with limited space and realistic elasticity are made possible by using this oral cavity mask * Navadha ZX Typodont Jaws & teeth * Additional fittings to manipulate the jaw mouth opening * Leakage free water draining system * All moving components made of High Quality non rusting Stainless Steel * Metal Table Mounting Clamp, special support components inside ensure stability of Jaws.



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