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Surgical Guide 3 and IDB 2 – Now Available in Canada and Europe

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Industry-leading 3D printing resins, Surgical Guide 3 and IDB 2, have now launched in Canada and Europe, joining the growing SprintRay portfolio of single-appointment workflows of end-to-end 3D printing solutions Surgical Guide 3 resin allows in-office fabrication for 3D printed surgical guides of all kinds, including full-arch multi-site implant guides, bone reduction guides, and more IDB 2 resin enables clinicians …

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Introducing OnX Tough 2: The First 3D Printing Resin FDA Cleared for Fixed Hybrid Dentures

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The need for implant-supported dental prosthetics is on the rise, with the market expected to grow from $10.47 billion in 2022 to $11.54 billion in 2023.1 Unlike conventional removable dentures, fixed hybrid dentures are secured using implants, substantially improving stability, function, and patient satisfaction.2  Traditional processes for fixed, implant-supported dentures involve up to 6 patient visits and extensive fabrication time. …

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Celebrating World Smile Day with SprintRay Global Dental Health Outreach

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At SprintRay, our mission includes innovating dental 3D printing to meet dental professionals’ unique needs and make dental care more accessible. We’re dedicated to supporting worldwide dental health and are excited to share about our outreach efforts in Jamaica.  In July, we partnered with the Usain Bolt Foundation to support the Jamaica Dental Mission and their team of volunteers in …

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Ceramic Crown Shades Portfolio Expanded – 3D Print Crowns in Bleach, C2, and D2

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The world’s first complete 3D printing ecosystem for definitive ceramic crowns has expanded. Ceramic Crown resin is now available in shades Bleach, C2, and D2 alongside existing shades A1, A2, A3, and B1. This expansion of shades allows dental professionals to match existing anterior and posterior dentition more easily and reduces the time needed for characterization.  More shades available broaden the …