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SprintRay introduces product innovations for fast dental 3D-printing workflow

LOS ANGELES, US/WEITERSTADT, Germany: With a focus on dental 3D printing, SprintRay is continuously developing its technology and products to deliver its ...

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A guide to evidence-based clinical evaluation of dental 3D printing

Technologies are producing a paradigm shift in all areas of healthcare. Dentistry has seen significant changes in this context. Alongside new patient ...

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3D-printing start-up promises 100-fold reduction in print times

BOULDER, US: After raising an astounding US$1.3 million (€1.24 million) in a seed funding round, Vitro3D will take its place as a commercial rival in ...

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A novel workflow for indirect restorations without digital design

Over the last decade, the impact of technology on dentistry has increased significantly.1 This impact has been well documented in the field of ...

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Researchers suggest their 3D-printed veneers are the future

MOSCOW, Russia: Researchers from Austria, Germany and Russia have collaborated in successfully using lithography-based ceramic manufacturing (LCM), a form ...

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Cannes Silver Dolphin goes to Dentsply Sirona for Primeprint Solution film

CHARLOTTE, N.C., US: Dentsply Sirona’s short film, “The Magic Inside—Primeprint 3D Printing Solution”, has earned the Silver Dolphin at this ...

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Interview on evaluating the costs of adding 3D printing to the dental practice

Dr Rooz Khosravi is a clinical assistant professor of orthodontics at the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle in the US. He practices at...

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Traditional subtractive methods required outrageous sums of money: The basics of additive manufacturing

Traditionally, the more accurate methods of forming metal into the desired shapes have used subtractive manufacturing, which is the process of removing ...

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“Digital dentistry, for me, is everyday dentistry”

In preparation for the upcoming Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) to be held from 25 to 30 November at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New ...

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“Our bodies aren’t naturally perfect geometries”: 3D printing advances customisation in treatment

For many of our readers, 3D printing has either become an essential part of their digital practice or might be a transition still in process. Regarding the ...

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Practitioners using Formlabs’ printers promise 3D printing will bring “so much excitement into your office”

SOMERVILLE, Mass., US: Held online on 26 and 27 October, the dental track of Formlabs’ User Summit 2022 offered practitioners all over the world the ...

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Drilling guides, night guards and crowns—all from a 3D printer

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany: The dental industry was one of the first to recognise and leverage the benefits of additive manufacturing. Dentures and crowns ...

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Nexa3D announces professional series upgrade for its ultra-fast dental 3D printer

VENTURA, Calif., US: Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast polymer 3D printers for industrial and dental applications, has announced the immediate availability of...

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“Our tools make so much sense for anyone who has teeth”

Toothbrushing has not changed all that much over the last century, and other than the advent of individual flossers, neither has flossing. Inventor and ...

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Researchers develop customised 3D-printed toothbrush handle for patients with limited dexterity

SANGAREDDY, India: A team of researchers from universities in India has developed a method of fabricating a customised, interchangeable handle for tooth ...

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Study finds 3D printing more accurate than milling when it comes to dental crowns

SENDAI, Japan: Using the exact same dataset and an industrial 3D digitiser to identify deviations, researchers at Tohoku University Graduate School of ...

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Hospital in South Korea to develop first 3D-integrated dental analysis platform

SEOUL, South Korea: Kyung Hee University Dental Hospital has recently signed a business agreement with Osteoid, a developer of 3D medical imaging solutions,...

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Researchers using 3D-printing technology to create biofilms

BOZEMAN, Mont., US: Montana State University (MSU) researchers have developed a 3D-printing device that is able to replicate microbial mosaics and thereby ...

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PhD student develops program that better prepares surgeons for mandibular reconstruction

SYDNEY, Australia: Utilising CAD tools, CT scans and a specially developed computer algorithm, Ben Ferguson, a PhD student at the University of Sydney’s ...

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Dental students need better-quality artificial teeth for practice

LONDON, UK: Many dental students have reported frustration with typodont teeth that require significantly more force to cut than extracted teeth, thus ...

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Imagoworks launches AI-based online CAD program 3Dme Crown

SEOUL, South Korea: Imagoworks, a South Korean company that specialises in artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud-based digital dentistry solutions, ...

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“RAYSHAPE’s advantages lie in reliability and ease of use”

RAYSHAPE has found great success as a digital light processing (DLP) 3D-printing specialist in the Chinese market and is now pursuing offering its latest ...

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SprintRay’s latest 3D resin drives down the cost of a crown to just US$2

LOS ANGELES, US: Accessibility is a primary driver in the latest collaboration between SprintRay and BEGO. The ceramic-filled hybrid material that is ...

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“Having a digital practice will be vital for practice growth”

Dental Tribune International (DTI) had the opportunity to speak with Jim Zarzour, head of dental solutions at Nexa3D, a company specialising in the ...

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