3D Printing Dental Surgical GuidesFabricate accurate, biocompatible, FDA-compliant guided surgery templates for dental applications.
Receive all the clinical benefits of guided surgery with rapid turnaround times and minimal material cost by printing guides in-office. Using 3rd party CAD/CAM treatment-planning software and SprintRay Pro, doctors can design and print guides in a little as 30 minutes, responding quickly to patient needs.
Surgical drill sleeves can be inserted immediately post-print for increased precision. SprintRay Surgical Guide material can be sterilized using standard autoclave protocols without affecting dimensional accuracy.
Full-Arch Surgical Guides
Full-arch surgical guides are ideal for multi-site, single/dual arch, tooth, bone and mucosa supported guide creation for the clinical placement of dental implants.
Quadrant Surgical Guides
Quadrant surgical guides are ideal for single-site, single-arch, tooth-supported guide creation for the clinical placement of dental implants.
Dr. August de Oliveria: The 3D Printer Tipping Point
Dr. August de Oliveira is a leading voice in the digital dentistry movement. A long-time advocate of 3D printing in the dental office, he leverages the technology to reduce costs and increase delivery speed for multiple therapies. In this Practice Insights, learn Dr. de Oliveria's story, from his early 3D printing days till now. He shares his tips for what to look out for when purchasing a 3D printer, as well as an overview of how 3D printing has impacted his practice.
Using intraoral scan and CBCT data, you can use 3rd-party software to design and produce implant surgical guides in-office using SprintRay 3D printers. Once the surgical guide is printed, it needs to be washed and post-processed before use. Place guide sleeves into the printed part and sterilize in an autoclave.
Capture DataCapture and record a patient’s anatomy usingan intraoral scanner and CBCT or other scanned data.
Design and PlanDesign the guide using dental CAD software or outsource design to a digital lab and recieve print files.
Print and ProcessPrepare 3D models, print them, and post-process according to requirements.
PlaceDeliver appliance as recommended.
Compatible 3D Scanners
Compatible Design Software
SprintRay 3D printers have a accuracy across a full arch within ±100 microns over 93 percent of the surfaces, when printed at 50 micron layer thickness.
Our large selection of dental printing materials are designed to get the most out of SprintRay 3D printers. Developed and tested for market-leading performance, SprintRay resins are built to achieve equivalent or superior results while providing better value for money.
SprintRay Surgical Guide 2Implant guides that resist fracture and distortion
SprintRay Model GrayRapid, accurate models for everyday use
Resin designed for the production of all kinds of dental models. Outstanding accuracy and high strength make Model Grey a great choice for the fabrication of orthodontic and restorative models. SprintRay Model resins are easy to work with, producing predictable and consistent results.
SprintRay Model YellowRapid, accurate models for everyday use
Resin designed for the production of all kinds of dental models. Outstanding accuracy and high strength make Model Yellow a great choice for the fabrication of orthodontic and restorative models. SprintRay Model resins are easy to work with, producing predictable and consistent results.
Fabricate highly accurate, biocompatible, and FDA compliant guided surgery templates for dental applications.
Fabricate restorative study models, removable dies, digital wax up models, and models for thermoforming clear aligners.
In-office fabrication of clear aligners using 3D printed models.
Interim dentures, delivered same day at a low cost. Denture try-ins to ensure final prosthetic fitments.
Crowns and Bridges
Fabricate beautiful crowns with incredible detail.
Indirect Bonding Trays
Fabricate flexible orthodontic appliances for speedy bracket placement.