What professionals say about us

Dr. Magdalena Azabal Arroyo

Professor of Endodontics at Universidad San Pablo CEU. Madrid, Spain.

3D ROOTS teeth are a great help in training because they allow us to eliminate the pulp content with hypochlorite and alcohol irrigation.

They allow obturation with any thermoplastic gutta percha technique since they are heat resistant.

They also present canal conformations from simple to complicated, including even pathologies such as calcifications, internal resorptions, atresic canals, open apices, etc.

3D ROOTS teeth are a great help in training because they allow us to eliminate the pulp content with hypochlorite and alcohol irrigation.

They allow obturation with any thermoplastic gutta percha technique since they are heat resistant.

They also present canal conformations from simple to complicated, including even pathologies such as calcifications, internal resorptions, atresic canals, open apices, etc.

Dr. Edoardo Pacifici

Endodontist at Pacifici Dental Solution, Rome. Italy

Maximiliano Schünke Gomes

Adjunct Professor. Graduate Program in Dentistry. School of Health and Life Sciences. Porto Alegre, Brazil

Our impression is very positive, the teeth show excellent reproduction of the anatomical structures of the pulp cavity.

The consitency of the acrylic is good for manipulation of the root region, being adequate for simulation of the preparation of the root canals. It also called our attention the material used to simulate the pulp tissue (a kind of “powder” and not a wax as in other products of other manufacturers), which seemed to us very positive.

This pulp material does not interfere negatively in the preparation of the canals, is easily soluble and helps to simulate a “pulp bleed” when dissolved in the irrigating substance.