This guide is intended for dental practitioners and researchers looking to learn more about and stay up to date on the applications of 3D printing technology in dentistry. Within this guide, you will find:
Three-dimensional printing was once an extremely expensive and complex undertaking. Now, 3D printers are available for home and office use and dentists around the world are finding new and exciting ways to use this technology to improve patient outcomes. Another name for 3D printing is additive manufacturing.
There are two primary types of 3D printing used in dentistry:
Some of the dentistry-related items you can make with a 3D printer include:
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