Lab Simulations: MOD Carving - Home Practice using wax

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Educational aims of this juce

 This page aims to show you how you can practice getting the occlusal anatomy right while carving a large MOD at home, using wax instead of amalgam.
  It lists the instruments and materials you need.
  It has a step-by-step picture guide, with full instructions.
  The picture guide can be printed onto one sheet of A4 paper.
  There is a self-assessment quiz on the practical aspects of using amalgam as a restoration. 

    

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