3D printed crowns can be prepared like any other hybrid crown material, using hand tools to characterize and polish to a realistic shine. They can be attached with standard self-adhesive cement and feature high longevity, resistance to wear, and low porosity.
Temporary RestorationsRapid, aesthetic temporary restorations for every patient.
With 3D printing in your office, you can provide aesthetic temporary restorations to more patients. High-strength custom temporaries will delight your patients by giving them an above-and-beyond experience at your practice.
With SprintRay in your office, you can deliver a true chairside restorative experience. Crowns 3D print in less than twenty minutes, giving you and your staff ample time to process and fit in a single appointment for only a few dollars in materials cost.
Definitive RestorationsExtremely strong, highly-accurate 3D printed restorations.
With full certification for definitive restorative applications, SprintRay Pro and Bego can help you deliver an unprecedented patient experience. Printed crowns can be characterized just like traditional restorations and secured using standard self-adhesive cement.
Thanks to SprintRay's open certified resin platform, you can leverage all the benefits of the latest breakthroughs today. VarseoSmile Crown Plus exhibits superior mechanical properties when compared to traditional composite materials and an excellent balance of opacity and transparency for definitive 3D printed restorations that look and feel premium.
Using intraoral scan data, you can use 3rd-party software to design and produce temporary and definitive crowns in-office using SprintRay 3D printers. Once the crown, bridge, or other restoration is printed, it can be characterized using traditional methods and attached with standard self-adhesive cement.
Bego VarseoSmile Crown PlusStrong, accurate, long-lasting definitive restorations
High strength and resistance to wear make VarseoSmile Crown Plus the go-to resin for producing definitive restorations in your office. Characterize using traditional tools and methods and place using standard self-adhesive cement for a seamless experience.
Bego VarseoSmile TempSame-day aesthetic custom temporaries
This material is easy to finish and polish using traditional methods, and features excellent aesthetics to blend with existing teeth.
DENTCA Crown & Bridge
The DENTCA Crown and Bridge resin is an FDA-cleared biocompatible photocurable material intended for the manufacture of crown and bridge provisional or temporary restorations. Performance and strength are the same as conventional acrylic.
More Accurate than Stone
A recent university study found SprintRay Pro more accurate and consistent than traditional alginate methods. With an average RMS of 129±16μm for 3D printing compared to 177±25μm for alginate methods, SprintRay Pro is ready to meet the clinical demands of contemporary dentistry
Dental 3D Printing Control Center
Compatible 3D Scanners
You can use any scanner type you’d like with RayWare. We accept any .STL formatted scan data. This list of scanners shows many options that our customers often use, but it is not an exclusive list.
Compatible Design Software
RayWare allows you to choose a dental design software that meets your clinical needs. This list shows our recommended options, but RayWare accepts any design file formatted in .STL, which means you can use whatever you’re most comfortable with.
Your 3D Printing ROI Report3D printing Crown & Bridge allows you to reduce treatment delivery times while saving big on lab bills.
Profit & Cost with SprintRay
*Cost based on total equipment sale financed for 24 months at 0% APR.
By Taking advantage of SprintRay 3D printing, you could net $ in your first year!
3D Printing Vs Outsourcing
By outsourcing production, producing of Crown & Bridge per year would cost you . 3D printing those parts with SprintRay would only cost you !
Monthly Production Cost
With SprintRay 3D printing, you could save your patients of wait time between appointments in your first year.