The Next Big Thing in Digital Dentistry
In-office dental 3D printing helps improve the efficiency of forward-thinking practices all over the world. By leveraging existing technologies that exist in digital dentistry, 3D printing enables better responsiveness to patient needs, significantly reduces manufacturing times, and opens up new treatment options. With low operating costs, minimal maintenance, and user-friendly design, SprintRay products make it easy to bring digital dentistry and 3D printing together in your practice.
Digital Dentistry and 3D Printing
Broadly speaking, digital dentistry is understood as a set of technologies for digitally capturing and manipulating patient impressions. It also involves a state of mind, a curiosity for and willingness to invest time and money in new methods. For those who don’t mind upsetting the status quo, digital dentistry provides workflow flexibility, exciting new technologies, and a superior patient experience.
The 21st Century Digital Dentist
Existing Digital Technology
- Intraoral/ bench top scanner
- Dental CAD software
- Cone beam scanner (optional)
- In-office milling machine (optional)
- SprintRay Pro 3D printer
- SprintRay Pro Cure Post-processing
- RayWare Pro CAD software
- Dedicated support for when things don’t go to plan
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Digital Dentistry and the 3D Printing Workflow
Implementing 3D printing into the dental practice has never been easier. Digital dentistry technologies such as intraoral scanners and dental CAD software easily integrate with SprintRay products thanks to the universally-accepted .STL file format for 3D models. Once you’ve left the messy impression trays and stone dental models behind, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without in-office 3D printing.