Deliver faster with a complete digital workflow
Through combining both intra-oral scanning, CAD/CAM design and 3D printing, dental labs have the ability to accurately produce crowns, bridges, stone models and a range of orthodontic appliances. Digital dentistry can help to speed up production while improving quality and precision.
With a 3D Printer dental labs are able to enhance the patient experience and their business with digital dentistry. No more wasted time, materials, or storage space. Even the smallest labs can now go straight from intra-oral scan to in-house production with a seamless digital workflow. Cut days off delivery times and produce more accurate, comfortable, and effective dental appliances.
Applications for 3D Printing within the dentistry sector include:
Enhance your patients experience as well as your business by utilising Digital Dentistry. No more wasted time, materials or storage space. Even the smallest of dental labs can now go straight from intra-oral scan to in-house production, with a seamless digital workflow. Turn your lab in to a clear aligner production machine with the Stratasys J700
Cast Partial Frames
Mainstream your labs manufacturing process of cast chrome partials by utilising Stratasys 3D printing, specifically the PolyJet technology. Manufacturing removable partial dentures is traditionally known to be quite labour-intensive, but 3D printing decreases this labour and cost-per-part whilst increasing productivity of reliable models.
Improve clinical outcomes with the highest level of realism by using multi-material 3D printed implant models. Our Stratasys dental solutions are ideal for creating implant models that mimic gum textures and colours. Get reliability and the ability to print complex geometries with accurate detail visualisation.
Advance your patients outcomes by making optimal decisions for every surgery utilising 3D printed dental guides. Replicate real-life conditions and produce customised tools, improving your surgical planning processes, which in turn minimises patient discomfort and speeds-up recovery time.