Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, University of Southern California: Faculty and students are conducting research utilizing 3D printing technology to improve outcomes of orthognathic surgery https://dentistry.usc.edu/files/2015/05/The-Explorer-2015.pdf (see pages 20 - 21, 40 - 41) and http://dentistry.usc.edu/files/2011/11/57680Explorer2014sfs1.pdf (see pages 42 - 43).
Indiana University School of Dentistry: SolidScape T66 3D Inkjet Printer http://bit.ly/2fw6LJX
Marquette School of Dentistry: 3D-Bioplotter envisionTEC Manufacturer Series: http://www.marquette.edu/dentistry/tayebi/facilities.php. An overview of the research projects currently being conducted at their Tayebi Research Group that involve 3D printing can be found here: http://www.marquette.edu/dentistry/tayebi/research.php
University of Maryland School of Dentistry: 3D printing done digitally from start to finish at University of Maryland School of Dentistry http://bit.ly/2w3xVQz
University of Michigan School of Dentistry: U-M School of Dentistry, Others Pioneer New Approach to Dental Care: Bioengineering, 3D Printing Help Adult Dental Patient with Periodontitis http://bit.ly/1EajWrt
University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Dentistry: New SOD Lab represents technological leap into ‘digital dentistry http://bit.ly/1hQpbSP
University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine: Sfeir Laboratory at the School is involved in developing three dimensional scaffolds of single and composite materials. http://www.dental.pitt.edu/sfeir-laboratory Dr. John J Ference’s research is focused on this area. http://dental.pitt.edu/person/john-j-ference-0
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School: Professor Richard L. Zimmerman’s research includes 3D printing http://bit.ly/1Eak3Dj and faculty and students have access to a 3D printer at the University’s Health Science Center Library http://bit.ly/1hx8A6N
University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry
Restorations: Creating composite restorations. Sample article
Bone regeneration: Researchers are creating 3D-printed joints that interlock with the patient’s cells to create a longer-lasting treatment. Sample article
McGill University Faculty of Dentistry
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