The use of 3D printing in dentistry – and other medical fields – has also been in the public eye, with numerous articles focusing on the possibilities and many dentists promoting the use of this technology in their practices.
Here are just a sampling of articles from newspapers and magazine on the topic:
♦ 3D Printing Vies to be the New Face of Medicine. Davie, S. (2013, November 15). Financial Times [London], p.24. http://bit.ly/1IvXrJN
♦ A clean bill of (dental) health: T32 Dental Centre is focused on providing patient-centric care and competently addressing every dental need. Katheyas, V. (2013, July 16). The Business Times, http://bit.ly/1JRbxtG
♦ A New Way to Treat Diseases. Yang, Y. (2015, March 7). China Daily International Edition, p.14. (Can be found through Factivia Database.)
♦ Can 3D Printers save lives?: Research in printing technology is making it possible to custom-build bones, tissues, teeth and pre-operative models of complex body parts. D’Mello, Y. (2013, August 18). Daily News & Analysis. (Can be found through Factivia Database.)
♦ New Technologies Spread by Word of Mouth. Siegel-Itzkovich, J. (2014, December 28). Jerusalem Post, p. 6. http://bit.ly/1IvYWaX
♦ PRINT in another dimension: Researchers churn out flutes, human skin, dental retainers and substitute ears. Lynch, B. (2011, March 6). Boston Herald, p. 18. (Can be found through Factivia Database.)
♦ Print Your Own Bones!: From Dentures to Jaws and Hips – How British Scientists Can Now Help You To . . . Topham, L. (2014, March 16). Mail on Sunday, p. 78. http://bit.ly/1DzZ2Bq
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