Anatomy model of the head
Explaining the importance of nose breathing rather than mouth breathing is less tangible than actually showing it to a client. With an anatomy model of a head, you can give clear explanation and instruction.
This cross section of the head is used by speech therapists, dentists, orthodontists and oro-facial therapists when providing explanations to clients. For example, about where and how the nose moistens, warms and cleans the inhaled air, how mouth breathing can lead to swollen tonsils and how a correct swallow works. The anatomy model also shows the orofacial muscles.
The model is 27 cm high, 19.5 cm wide and 11.5 cm deep, including the foot. The size is comparable with a real (half) head. An explanation of all numbered elements is provided with the model.