Digital dentures can drastically reduce the cost and duration of the denture delivery process. 3D print dentures that are FDA-compliant, including biocompatible monolithic try-in dentures that can also be characterized for short-term use.
Print separate denture bases with long-term biocompatible material that displays significantly lower shrinkage factors compared to conventional PMMA milled materials. Bond to printed or milled teeth for a final hybrid denture.
Try-in Monolithic Dentures
3D print dentures that are FDA-compliant and biocompatible, including monolithic try-ins, in just a few hours. Printed try-in dentures are perfect for checking bite registration and occlusion functionality.
Since they only cost a few dollars in materials, printed try-ins reduce wait time and cost while enabling doctors to offer patient-specific customization.
Rapid Dentures at a Low Cost
Biocompatible try-in resins can be characterized with denture stain kits to achieve aesthetically-pleasing, low-cost temporary denture options. Ideal for temporary replacements or customers who need an affordable solution.
With high strength and low cost, economy dentures present a great opportunity for doctors to help patients who cannot afford traditionally-fabricated dentures.
World-Class Care at a Community Clinic
Dr. Kellum's original plan for 3D printing was just to use it for surgical guides. But soon he discovered that it was capable of much more, and that the cost savings were huge across a variety of applications. Now, The Foundry uses 3D printing every day to help further improve the standard of care they've worked so hard to achieve. Read the full story in our Practice Insight.
Return on InvestmentWhether you’re printing try-ins, bases, or full definitive dentures, 3D printing can help you cut the lead time to final delivery by weeks while saving money in the process.
Variables for 3D Printing Dentures In-office
Return on Investment When Using 3D Printing
$ 1,000Per Case
3D printing with SprintRay can help you reduce the deliver time for dentures by as much as 4 weeks, providing a vastly improved printing experience. Plus, print try-ins and definitive dentures for a fraction of the cost of traditional methods.
Printing can help offices maximize their income streams and multiply investments in other digital technologies such as intraoral scanning. SprintRay Pro is capable of fabricating a wide array of appliances other than dentures, making it a highly versatile tool for almost every dental office.
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SprintRay Try-InRapidly print monolithic try-in dentures
Digital dentures can reduce the number of appointments required for denture placement. SprintRay’s biocompatible try-in material can be rapidly printed to check bite registration and occlusion of dentures. This material can be printed monolithic or as a baseplate combined with individual tooth setup for maximum flexibility.
Digital Workflow Explained3D Printing Dentures
Denture base resins are highly-accurate materials specifically formulated for the creation of custom denture bases of all types. Production capabilities include removable denture bases and denture try-ins to ensure final prosthetic appliance fitments, as well as high-quality complete monolithic interim dentures for same-day delivery when fused with class crown & bridge materials of preferred shade.
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.