While focusing on the more complicated and difficult topics at hand it easy to overlook some of the foundational concepts. Here is our refresher guide to what the caries and prep position code and nomenclature mean.
We often get asked about the Wishlist feature on our website and wanted to take a minute to clarify the functionality of it.
We know that the financial strain and costs for some of the dental exams can pile up pretty quickly. But we also cringe when we hear about someone purchasing a used product in the effort to save money, only to find out it will cost them more than the new model to bring it up to proper condition.
Over time you may find your Typodont not looking or feel quite as fresh as it was when you first got it. This is normal as the model is meant to be a practical use item and will face wear and tear.
Bringing it back to new is a pretty simple process and it just requires a plan. Below are a few steps that you can take to keep you model working like new.
While we have had tremendous success with the D95 Kilgore/Nissin Typodont model, as with anything that is subject to wear and tear there can be some issues from time to time. Below are some quick and easy tips to some of the most common questions that we encounter.
We get a lot of questions about the different teeth and understand that the terminology and description can be a little vague at times. So we're sending this email to help clear up some of the most common questions that we get.
We hear this question a lot. A few times a month at least. Some of you have really great friends or acquaintances on social media that will sell you a pristine model and have very few issues... but more often than not we hear people regretting not getting a new model.
With over 40 years of experience of supplying handpieces to clinics and universities we have put together a short list of tips for those practicing for extended hours at home or at a training centre.