The Extracted Tooth Substitute

  • Real-T Endo Tooth #14 in Breakaway Insert (Radiopaque)

    Real-T Endo tooth #14 encapsulated in a Breakaway Insert to allow root canal treatment on a first maxillary insert with fully articulated dentition when inserted into artificial endo module AE13-15. Real-T Endo #14 tooth can be removed from insert for visualization of canal and pulp chamber. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #03

    This particular maxillary first molar has an MB2 canal system, palatal root with a slight curve to the facial, and is ideal for performing a root canal on a tooth with complex anatomy. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #08

    The initial width of the canal, prior to instrumentation, binds with less than a #35 file. You will find that the canal is tapered with constriction close to the apex as found in a natural central incisor. An excellent tooth for practicing all cleaning and shaping techniques. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #12

    Two distinct roots with one placed buccally and the other palatally. The pulp chamber is lined centrally between both buccal lingual cusps. Terrific for practicing an ovoid access preparation to learn how to prevent perforation of the tooth. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #14

    Designed to perform an ideal access. Optimal access allows for the removal of all pulp horns and straight line access to all canal orifices. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #19

    The tooth has two roots in which two canals are in the mesial root and one canal in the distal root. Outstanding for practicing complete root canal treatment as this tooth is one of the most frequent in need of endodontic care. Entire tooth can be radiographed.

  • Real-T Endo #29

    Constricted in the apical area and an ideally tapered canal makes this a great tooth for vertical condensation or continuous wave technique. Entire tooth can be radiographed.