3D Print Surgical Guides

3D Print Surgical Guides

Fabricate accurate, biocompatible, FDA-compliant guided surgery templates for dental applications.

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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, dental professionals can design and 3D print surgical 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 2 material can be sterilized using standard autoclave protocols without affecting dimensional accuracy.

  • Print bone-supported, tooth-supported, & mucosa-supported guides
  • Fabricate precise, FDA-compliant guides in under 1 hour
  • Estimated $1 in materials cost per printed guide
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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. 

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Quadrant Surgical Guides

Quadrant surgical guides are ideal for single-site, single-arch, tooth-supported guide creation for the clinical placement of dental implants. 

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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 surgical guides and more 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.

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Whether you’re new to digital dentistry and are looking for guidance or you have specific needs you’d like addressed, our expert sales team would love to connect.

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Digital Workflow: 3D Print Surgical Guides

Using intraoral scan and optional CBCT data, you can use 3rd-party software to design and 3D print 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.

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Materials

Our large library of dental printing materials are designed to get the most out of SprintRay 3D printers. Whether you're using resins from SprintRay or one of our growing list of materials partners, you’ll receive highly-accurate, outstanding results thanks to our extensive validation process.

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SprintRay Surgical Guide 2

Accurate and distortion free implant guides

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To take full advantage of guided implant surgery, it’s important to have a guide that resists fracture and distortion. SprintRay’s Surgical Guide 2 has higher flexural strength and flexural modulus than competing brands, plus comparably low viscosity for easy mixing.
  • Biocompatible, FDA-compliant material
  • Resists flex and breakage during use
  • Easy to mix compared to previous formulas

FLEXURAL STRENGTH

Higher flexural strength ensures that the guide does not break during use.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
102 MPa
Dentis Surgical Guide
78 MPa

FLEXURAL MODULUS

Higher flexural modulus prevents the guide from distorting, which can impact placement accuracy during the procedure.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
4.4 GPa
Dentis Surgical Guide
2.75 GPa

VISCOSITY

Lower viscosity values indicate that the resin is easier to mix.

SprintRay Surgical Guide 2
700 Centipoise
Dentis Surgical Guide
1700 Centipoise
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SprintRay Pro 3D Printer

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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Dental 3D Printing Control Center

RayWare is the 3D printing software that’s designed specifically for dental professionals. It’s easy to learn, and our California-based support team is just a phone call away. In addition to nesting printable files, RayWare allows you to fix, close, and base raw intraoral scans from any scanner with a click of a button.
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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.

  • 3Shape - Desktop & IOS
  • Planmeca - IOS
  • Cerec - IOS
  • 3M - IOS
  • iTero - IOS
  • Medit - Desktop & IOS
  • Dental Wings - Desktop & IOS
  • Carestream - IOS
  • Shining 3D - Desktop & IOS
  • Condor - IOS
  • Heron - IOS
  • Open Technologies - Desktop

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.

  • 3Shape
  • BlueSkyBio
  • Exocad
  • Archform
  • Orthoselect
  • eXceed Ortho

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Cutting-edge Digital Dentistry Powered by SprintRay

The SprintRay 3D printing ecosystem is designed for the unique needs of dental professionals. With SprintRay as your partner, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in dentistry has never been easier.

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