Simulator Leonardo



  • 3D Visualization of any dental tool selected
  • Real time feedback similar to a clinical assessment
  • Fly mode feature of any tooth selected (not limited to a few teeth)
  • No extra tool on HP or typodont or camera adjustment for optimal tracking
  • Closest experience to traditional SimLab and Clinical set up
  • High Resolution Software Interface
  • Mock Board Examination


  • Easy automatic calibration
  • Compatible with major typodonts manufacturers
  • No extra hardware means no extra cost in service/ repair
  • Integrated with major phantom manufacturers
  • Smallest footprint since no camera needed
  • Assessment module for board examination
  • Research Engine Motor
  • Clinical Case customization
  • Instructor's calibration
Tooth preparation

Tooth preparation

  • Advanced nano-sensor technology enabling integration of various dental tools of your choice (handpiece, syringe, manual scalers and more to come...)
Visualization in real time of student angulation vs correct angulation

Visualization in real time of student angulation vs correct angulation

  • Augmented reality simulator allowing curriculum integration from D1 to D4 with a more multi-disciplinary teaching approach
Dental hygiene

Dental hygiene

  • Multi-application platform covering material from patient management, treatment planning through X-ray diagnostics and tooth preparation (operative dentistry, prosthodontics, endodontics...)


  • High resolution software featuring your selected typodont with minimal hardware changes for integration in your pre-existing SimLab (with major brand of mannequins manufacturer)




Multi-disciplinary technology for dental educators

Video Lessons

Video lessons from our YouTube Chanell

G.V. Black Caries Classification (class I to VI)

Over 100 years ago, Dr. G.V. Black (1836-1915) developed a system to categorize carious lesions based on the type of tooth affected (anterior or posterior tooth) and the location of the lesion (e.g. lingual, buccal, occlusal, etc.). The six classes of carious lesions according to G.V. Black are as follows:

  • Class I: Cavity in pits or fissures on the occlusal surfaces of molars and premolars; facial and lingual surfaces of molars; lingual surfaces of maxillary incisors (Class I corresponds to surfaces of a posterior tooth you can clinically seeв??occlusal/lingual/buccal surfaces. Therefore, the interproximal surfaces are not classified as Class I)
  • Class II: Cavity on proximal surfaces of premolars and molars (Class II corresponds to surfaces of a posterior tooth you cannot see clinically)
  • Class III: Cavity on proximal surfaces of incisors and canines that do not involve the incisal angle (Class III corresponds to surfaces of an anterior tooth you cannot see clinically)
  • Class IV: Cavity on proximal surfaces of incisors or canines that involve the incisal angle (Class IV lesion is the larger version of Class III that covers the incisal angle)
  • Class V: Cavity on the cervical third of the facial or lingual surfaces of any tooth (Think of the neck of the tooth)
  • Class VI: Cavity on incisal edges of anterior teeth and cusp tips of posterior teeth (Class VI corresponds to the very top surface of a tooth)

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