Ceramic Crown has been studied by renowned institutions worldwide to prove its excellent mechanical properties and efficacy as a definitive restoration for 3D printing. The Division of Biomaterials at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, SD Mechatronik, and the SprintRay Materials team tested Ceramic Crown on the following studies:
- Fracture Load and Abrasion Resistance
- Occlusal Wall Thickness Effect on Fracture Load
- Chewing Simulation Abrasion Resistance
- Bonding Strength with Luting Composite
- Shear Bond Strength Luting Workflow Comparison
Now, the findings of these studies are available in our Scientific Studies Summary. This summary delves into the details of each study, from objectives, materials and methods, results, and discussion. Through these extensive studies, Ceramic Crown is shown to have exceptional mechanical performance compared to conventional materials when tested for fracture load, abrasion resistance, and bond strength.
With Ceramic Crown, dental professionals can fabricate chairside restorations that are wear-resistant while being gentle on opposing dentition. This groundbreaking material marks a new era of dental restorative materials. Read the full scientific studies summary to learn how SprintRay and Ceramic Crown are shaping the future of 3D printing, and broadening the scope of digital dentistry.