The restoration revolution starts now. Starting with dental experts around the globe, empowered with an all-new innovation that’s small in size but big in impact—the 3D printed ceramic crown. 3D printing is only getting more advanced, and SprintRay is leading the charge with the world’s first complete 3D printing ecosystem for definitive ceramic crowns.
This end-to-end solution not only impacts restorative dentistry at large, but redefines the entire approach dental experts will experience daily. Behind every innovation we create lies a singular goal—to empower dentists and patients alike. And like every new SprintRay advancement, Ceramic Crown has been vigorously tested and studied by renowned institutions worldwide. The results? Ceramic Crown’s excellent mechanical properties have what it takes to be a trusted definitive restoration.
Definitive ceramic crowns, chairside are no longer a far-off dream but an up-close reality making same-day definitive restorations possible.
“Our New Ceramic Crown 3D Printing Ecosystem is the first of a new generation of single-appointment workflows from SprintRay that will change the way restorative care is delivered to patients,” said SprintRay CEO and Co-Founder Amir Mansouri, Ph.D.
This complete dental 3D printing ecosystem equips dental professionals with every tool necessary — hardware, software, materials, and round-the-clock technical support — for ultra-efficient chairside crown fabrication.
A Ceramic Dominant Force: The chairside 3D printed crown is here
SprintRay Ceramic Crown defines a new class of premium, ‘Ceramic Dominant’ resin clinically formulated with more than 50% ceramic filler for high-quality, durable dental restorations. FDA 510(k) Class II cleared for 3D printing definitive full and partial single crowns and veneers.
- FDA Cleared Ceramic Dominant Formulation (CDT code qualified)
- Smooth surface finish
- Excellent marginal fit and wear resistance
3D printed crowns containing predominantly inorganic refractory compounds can be reimbursed using CDT codes previously reserved for zirconia or lithium disilicate. SprintRay Ceramic Crown is FDA cleared and CDT compliant making it the top-tier choice for same-day solutions. Learn more about Ceramic Crown resin.
A workflow so impressive you’ll give it a definitive yes
Not only does SprintRay understand the unique needs of dental professionals, we know what makes a streamlined workflow truly flow. That’s right; you can go from scan to place in under an hour.
The SprintRay Ceramic Crown 3D Printing Ecosystem includes the SprintRay Pro S Crown Kit, a new compact build platform and resin tank designed to print multiple single-unit crowns with maximum speed and efficiency.
Compatible with the SprintRay Pro S 3D printer family, this innovative technology harnesses the power of heat and hard anodized aluminum to deliver crown prints in as little as 10 minutes. Coupled with AI design in minutes and ultra-fast post processing with the SprintRay ProCure 2, the Ceramic Crown 3D printing chairside workflow is optimized for complete delivery to patients in less than 45 minutes.
Keep stress low and ROI high
SprintRay Ceramic Crown offers a complete definitive crown solution for under $20k. What does this mean exactly? This means that you can start 3D printing definitive crowns in-office with a capital investment that is 10x’s less than the most popular milling solution.
“Until now, chairside crown fabrication has been limited to in-office milling, requiring significant, sometimes 6-figure investments by dental practices. With the SprintRay solution, dental providers can now fabricate a breadth of applications from night guards to crowns and everything in between, transforming the economics of dentistry through time and cost savings far superior to onsite milling.”
When creating this ecosystem, we set out with something to prove. And we’re quite confident we achieved it—a superior solution for chairside fabrication that is not only cost effective, but impressively profitable. Learn more about the ecosystem.