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Adult Jaw Model

0126-00 Mandible of Young Adult

  • $299.99


0126-00  Mandible of Young Adult

The left mandible of a postadolescent with its full complement of eight teeth, approximately three times life size, is faithfully rendered in unbreakable plastic. The bony outer layer of the jaw is cut away, exposing the mandibular blood vessels, roots of the teeth, and their nerves. Sectioned longitudinally from crown to root, one molar shows the destructive action of caries, while another exhibits advanced inflammation (pulpitis). The inner surface of the jaw shows the submaxillary and sublingual salivary glands.

48 numbered features are defined in the accompanying key.

Overall dimensions: 13×14×9 inches (33×36×23 cm).

Denoyer-Geppert Autographed Anatomy

  1. Body of mandible

  2. Condylar process

  3. Coronoid process

  4. Mandibular notch

  5. Angle of mandible

  6. Genial tubercle

  7. Mental protuberance

  8. Mental tubercle

  9. Retromolar triangle

  10. Mandibular foramen

  11. Mental foramen

  12. Mylohyoid groove

  13. Symphysis of mandible

  14. Section of mandible, showing cancellous tissue

  15. Medial pterygoid muscle

  16. Lateral pterygoid muscle

  17. Mylohyoid muscle

  18. Superior constrictor muscle of pharynx

  19. Digastric muscle, anterior belly

  20. Masseter muscle (insertion)

  21. Gingiva

  22. Submandibular gland

  23. Submandibular duct

  24. Sublingual gland

  25. Excretory ducts of sublingual gland

  26. Inferior alveolar artery

27. Inferior alveolar vein 28. Inferior alveolar nerve 29. Mylohyoid nerve
30. Lingual nerve

31. Facial artery
32. Mental artery
33. Mental vein
34. Mental nerve
35. Incisive branches of alveolar artery, vein & nerve 36. Central incisor

37. Lateral incisor
38. Canine tooth (cuspid)

a. Enamel
b. Dentin
c. Cementum
d. Pulp with dental vessels and nerves

39. Periodontal membrane 40. Premolars or bicuspids

e. Crown f. Neck g. Root

41. First molar
42. Second molar - Shows destructive action of carie

on pulp, and inflammation of the periodontal

membrane.
43. Third molar shows caries and pulpitis


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