Provide splints and occlusal guards to help maintain the integrity of restorative and orthodontic work. Using biocompatible FDA-cleared materials, doctors can 3D print occlusal guards and splints in-office for only a few dollars in materials.
Provide rapid treatment for patients with lost or broken guards by simply reprinting from digital records without the need to retake impressions. The final fabricated appliances are attractively clear, strong, and durable.
For a comfortable fit that provides both flexure and excellent resistance to wear, SprintRay users can 3D print splints and occlusal guards with the innovative KeySplint Soft resin. This material becomes flexible when heated, meaning it conforms perfectly to your patient’s anatomy. Despite its flexibility, it produces long-lasting splints and nightguards that can be easily polished clear.
With 3D printing in your office, produce soft splints for less than $10 per arch in materials cost and wow your patients by delivering the same- or next-day.
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Workflow Overview: 3D Printing Occlusal Guards and Splints
Using an intraoral scanner and dental CAD software or a digital lab, you can save time and money by printing splints and occlusal guards in-office. Once you have the patient's digital splint model, simply reprint the patient's splint if it is lost or broken and have it ready to be picked up at the front desk.
Capture DataCapture and record patient's anatomy with intraoral scanner or other scanned data.
Design and PlanDesign the splint using dental CAD software or outsource design to a digital lab and recieve printable files.
Print and ProcessPrepare 3D models, print them, and post-process according to material requirements.
PlaceDeliver appliance as recommended.
SprintRay SplintSplints with high flexural strength
Biocompatible resin for splints and occlusal guards features superior flexural strength compared to other leading splint 3D printing materials. High flexural strength allows for long-lasting parts with a reduced chance of breakage during normal use.
Higher flexural strength ensures that the splint doesn't break during normal use.
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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
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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.