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Anatomical Models / Stomatology/Teeth
Removable lateral incisor, canine, first premolar, bridge made of artificial first molar with gold coloured crown, and second molar. All relevant structures are labelled. On transparent, jaw-shaped stand. Size: ...
Enlarged 2.5 times. Mandible shows all teeth and anatomical features, glands, arteries, veins and nerves. The canine tooth is bisected to show the internal structure of a normal tooth. The maxilla shows all teeth, ...
Representation of a right lower jaw with tooth 3 to 7 with diseases and treatment solutions. It shows discolouration, caries, apical infection, dental tartar, periodontosis, devital teeth (3 & 5). The following ...
A 1.5x life size model that is useful for teaching the correct way to brush teeth. A giant toothbrush is included. Mounted on base. ...
A 3x life size model that is useful for teaching the correct way to brush teeth. A giant toothbrush is included. Mounted on base. Size: 15 x 16 x 22 cm, weight: approx. 1 kg ...
Lower molar with caries, pulpitis and apical infection as well as dental tartar and gingivitis. Normal anatomy like jaw bone, nerves, vessels, ligaments, enamel, dentine and pulp are of course shown. Size: 12 x 6 x ...
The front section of bone and all the teeth are removable from the half lower jaw, one incisor is longitudinally sectioned. Nerves, blood vessels, the sublingual and submandibular glands are shown. These diseased teeth ...
This giant molar model depicts an upper triple-root molar and separates into 5 parts. The molar features a longitudinal section through the crown, two roots and the pulp cavity. The giant molar contains removable pulp ...
This 3X life size model is divisible into 6 parts to show all the characteristics of an adult half mandible. A portion of the jaw can be removed to show the roots of the teeth and the internal structure of the bone. ...
This life-size model shows the upper and lower jaw of an adult. The lower jaw is movable to recreate the natural chewing process. The model displays the entire set of permanent teeth, along with the roots and nerve ...
This life size model shows the upper and lower jaw of a 5 year old child. Main advantages: The lower jaw is movable to reproduce the natural chew. The model exposes the arrangement of the young teeth. ...

Anatomical Models - Stomatology/Teeth

Anatomical models of teeth are ideal teaching tools for dental students, as well as students training to become hygienists or dental assistants. They will also be used in physiotherapy offices as a decorative element. Our offer includes anatomical models made of very durable and resistant materials, with three-dimensional shapes. Thanks to these models, students can learn about dental diseases and treatment options.

Types of teeth in the mouth:

Each tooth in the human mouth has a specific role or function. We distinguish:

  • Incisors - teeth number one and two.
  • Fangs - threes.
  • Premolars - teeth five and four.
  • Molars - teeth six and seven.
  • Wisdom teeth - wisdom teeth that appear between the ages of 17 and 21. They often cause a lot of problems because they do not fit into the arch and grow incorrectly. They are also most susceptible to tooth decay and spoil quickly.
  • Nine teeth - supernumerary teeth that are a deviation from the norm and require dental intervention. They often grow in the extension of the arch or beyond it. They grow in secret, only to show symptoms such as headache, trismus, facial swelling and high fever before revealing themselves.

Anatomical structure of teeth:

The tooth consists of three parts: the crown (this is what we see in the mouth), the neck (surrounded by the gum), and the root (which attaches the whole thing to the alveolar process).
Inside the tooth there is a chamber and a root canal.
  • The substances that make up these structures are:
  • Tooth enamel - this is the highly mineralized part, located on the outermost part of the tooth and surrounding the entire crown structure. Up to 95% of it consists of inorganic parts, which makes it the hardest substance in the human body. If you look under a microscope, enamel closely resembles the structure of glass - tightly packed crystals of a substance called hydroxyapatite are separated by spaces called pores, filled with water and organic components. When cariogenic bacteria begin their invasion, the acids produced by them dissolve the crystals, causing the pores to enlarge. This, in turn, allows the bacteria to penetrate deeper and deeper and continue the destruction process. This is how the vicious circle closes.
  • Dentin - located slightly deeper, is less durable than enamel. This is due to its structure, in which only 70% are inorganic ingredients. They are adjacent to cells called odontoblasts, collagen fibers and ground substance. All these elements, carefully arranged, create regular structures such as: dentinal tubules, peritubular and intertubular dentin. Unfortunately, cariogenic bacteria quickly cope with the few hydroxyapatite crystals, also using the empty spaces of the dentinal tubules to spread.
  • Tooth cementum is the least calcified hard tissue of the tooth and is most susceptible to destruction. However, because cement builds the root, under natural conditions it does not come into contact with the external environment. However, there are cases (periodontal disease, gum recession in older people) when it is exposed to harmful factors.
  • Tooth pulp - which is a highly vascularized and innervated gelatinous connective tissue, fills the tooth chamber and root canals. Thanks to numerous cells of the immune system, it has a defensive function. In turn, the rich vascularization provides nutrients to the cells, and the abundant innervation allows for ongoing monitoring of the tooth's condition.

What does the OpenMedis online store offer?

Due to the continuous development of the company, our offer includes a very large selection of tooth models.
  • Jaw models - in our store we offer human jaw models that show the internal structure of the tooth, as well as those that include: are used to teach proper oral hygiene. We also offer models made of transparent cast, which allows you to see the roots.
  • Tooth models - in this subcategory you will find tooth models in various magnifications. The models show both healthy teeth and those with various diseases, as well as single teeth and full dentition. Multi-sided three-dimensional models present the structures and anatomy of teeth, dentition and jaws in life-size. They also allow you to see inside the jaw and teeth.
Application of anatomical tooth models:
  • in the dentist's office
  • at dental universities
  • as a decor for a dental office
The anatomical models of teeth that we offer are distinguished by high quality workmanship and faithful and detailed reproduction. They are perfect as a visual aid for learning oral hygiene, caries prevention or as an educational aid before orthodontic treatment. Multi-sided three-dimensional models present the structures and anatomy of teeth, dentition and jaws in life-size. They also allow you to see inside the jaw and teeth. In our store you will find anatomical models in many different versions. Some of them also clearly present various diseases. Many models present in detail the structure of the tooth with the root, pulp, dentin, enamel and crown. Using anatomical models, malocclusions, caries and dental and periodontal diseases can be clearly explained. In addition, other models that we offer and tooth models are very popular in schools during biology lessons and in the dentist's office as a teaching aid, because, unlike illustrations in books, these models are presented in three dimensions. In this way, they enable better understanding of the issue, which translates into learning success.
Additionally, we also recommend skull models and head models, which, combined with anatomical models of teeth, will create an ideal set for learning anatomy.
If you have any questions or if the tooth model you need is not available in the store, please contact us via e-mail or telephone. We are sure that together we will be able to provide the necessary materials for learning and improving skills. We can produce custom-made models with individual specifications.
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