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“Dentistry without deviation”

SprintRay has long held the unique position of being an additive manufacturing business with a single focus: dentistry. Ahead of AEEDC 2024, Dental Tribune ...

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Copying nature with 3D-printed dental implants

DUBAI, UAE: Currently, Andrew Medical, an innovative start-up company from Italy that specialises in the development and production of 3D-printed titanium ...

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3D-printing acquisition may help Align Technology to break the mould

SAN JOSE, Calif., US: Align Technology has completed its acquisition of Cubicure, a polymer specialist and pioneer of direct 3D-printing technology based in...

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Virtual surgical planning and 3D printing bring predictability and patient satisfaction

SEOUL, Korea: The rise of virtual surgical planning (VSP) and 3D printing signify the ongoing digital evolution in orthognathic and oral and maxillofacial ...

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Dental clinicians could soon click “print” before they head to surgery

CHENGDU, China: Though modern treatments for periodontal disease can offer some solutions for dental tissue restoration, they often fail to reproduce the ...

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The future of dental simulation

Oratomic4D is a technology company based in Sydney in Australia specialising in 3D-printing technology and developing and manufacturing biomimetic dental ...

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The future of regenerative dentistry: “Cells alone are not proving to be enough to provide lasting, curative treatments”

Being able to not only customise treatment plans but provide bioidentical implants to patients is a dream that may not be too far off considering the ...

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VOCO and SHINING 3D Dental announce new collaboration

CUXHAVEN, Germany: Thanks to recent cooperation between the dental material manufacturer VOCO and SHINING 3D Dental, a supplier of fully integrated 3D ...

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Researchers provide clinicians with better overview for choosing sports mouth guards

São José Dos Campos, Brazil: Orofacial trauma is common in sport, making protective mouth guards essential, and indeed mouth guards have been sold for ...

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Twenty-four-hour turnaround for in-house occlusal splint fabrication for a patient with parafunctional habits and premature wear

In traditional practice, occlusal splint fabrication was generally delegated to the dental laboratory. Common fabrication methods are printing and milling. ...

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In the laboratory: Automation rules the future of 3D printing

NEOLab, located in Andover in Massachusetts in the US, is the largest privately owned orthodontic laboratory in the country. With more than 45 years in ...

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Researchers create go-to guide for all things 3D printing in implantology

XI’AN, China: Dental implantology is no longer just about milling. Technological leaps in additive manufacturing have hastened both the pace at which ...

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Wanted: Research on 3D-printed zirconia restorations

JAZAN, Saudi Arabia: Zirconia-based restorations, renowned for their durability and aesthetics resembling natural teeth, have gained popularity over the ...

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Primeprint Solution: A friend to help, protect and grow your business

3D–printing technology is becoming increasingly tailored for dentistry, and it enables dental professionals to do more with their time while catering for...

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Launch of UltraThineer, world’s thinnest cosmetic dental veneer

BOSTON, US: Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), a leader in advanced 3D-manufacturing solutions, has recently announced that it is entering the dental market ...

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3D fabrication workflow: Solid and lattice-structured titanium alloy dental implant overdenture bars

Dental implants remain the gold standard for the replacement of one or more missing teeth.1, 2 In an edentulous arch, rehabilitation with implants provides...

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CBCT data could help create patient-specific scaffolds for periodontal tissue regeneration

ATHENS, Greece: Leveraging advancements in 3D printing, researchers in Greece have outlined a methodology for designing patient-specific 3D scaffolds for ...

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LightForce Orthodontics secures funding for 3D‑printed brackets

BURLINGTON, Mass., US: A Series D funding round has generated US$80 million (€73 million) for LightForce Orthodontics. The young Massachusetts company ...

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Exploring novel technologies for improved efficiency

For all dentists, it is a professional duty to provide safe, quality and competent oral healthcare to patients.1 Clinicians strive to do this by learning ...

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“CEREC and in-office 3D printing are ideal partners”

CAD/CAM technology and 3D printing have revolutionised the dental office, allowing for the efficient and precise fabrication of dental restorations. Among ...

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3D printing is not the perfect answer to periodontal regeneration, but it is getting close

TIRUCHENGODE, India: The prevalence of periodontitis is estimated to be around 19% in the global adult population, according to the World Health ...

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CEREC or 3D printing: Which technology for in-office manufacturing?

For over 35 years, CEREC has been the go-to solution for the fabrication of high-quality restorations in the dental practice, offering the speed and ...

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3D-printed mouth guard helps remove dental plaque in older and disabled patients

HONG KONG: Researchers from the University of Hong Kong have developed a personalised 3D-printed mouth guard that they say has plaque removal results ...

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Formnext Start-up Challenge rewards innovative additive manufacturing companies

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany: Formnext is a global trade fair dedicated to additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing. Part of the event is the ...

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