Digital dentistry

Desktop DeNtal resin printer

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Desktop DeNtal resin printer

Desktop dental resin 3D printers can be used in the office to print watertight and durable parts. Custom fittings can be printed for patients while they wait in the office, greatly improving the likelihood of a good fit, and positively impacting on the patient’s experience.
Desktop dental resin 3D printers work with the rest of the digitised dentist office to create a modern, efficient, and patient-focused practice. 3D scanners, specialist dental 3D scanning and CAD software, and a desktop dental 3D printer combine to provide everything today’s dental patient expects.
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Desktop dental resin 3D printers can be used in the office to print watertight and durable parts. Custom fittings can be printed for patients while they wait in the office, greatly improving the likelihood of a good fit, and positively impacting on the patient’s experience.
Desktop dental resin 3D printers work with the rest of the digitised dentist office to create a modern, efficient, and patient-focused practice. 3D scanners, specialist dental 3D scanning and CAD software, and a desktop dental 3D printer combine to provide everything today’s dental patient expects.

‍Dentists have been among the most vocal supporters of industrial adoption of 3D printing technology. They spotted the benefits of custom printed dental fittings that appear in the dentists’ office overnight. Their patients see the benefits as well: shorter wait times, the ability to iterate new fittings to ensure perfect fit, and a way to communicate with their caregiver using physical and digital models.
Desktop dental resin 3D printers can be used for a variety of applications in the practice. Dental models, nightguards, and orthodontic appliances can be printed exactly matching the contours in the patient’s real body. Bespoke surgical guides can assist in dental implant placement operations. And prototypes for large reconstructive cases can be refined and perfected with the collaboration of the patient.
3D printing in the dental practice leads to a much greater experience for the patient. They can get new teeth, retainers, and implants that exactly fit the unique, organic shapes of their mouth. They do not have to wait weeks or more for an external company to produce their fittings. And they do not have to worry about a large, one-off expense.
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Laboratory Printing

Dental laboratory 3D printing has become commonplace in recent years. Dental laboratories have responded to the reduced lead times, improved accuracy, and lowered costs and wastage that 3D printing processes can add to their business.
Large format 3D printers in the dental laboratory allow for multiple, unique fixtures to be printed at once. Lead times for custom fittings is therefore massively reduced, resulting in greater patient satisfaction and better working practices for all involved.
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Dental laboratory 3D printing has become commonplace in recent years. Dental laboratories have responded to the reduced lead times, improved accuracy, and lowered costs and wastage that 3D printing processes can add to their business.
Large format 3D printers in the dental laboratory allow for multiple, unique fixtures to be printed at once. Lead times for custom fittings is therefore massively reduced, resulting in greater patient satisfaction and better working practices for all involved.

‍3D printers for laboratory applications result in much better quality dentures and dental fittings. Traditional manual workflows meant that the skill level of the individual technician would have a significant impact on the overall quality and performance of final products. With 3D printing, dental laboratories can guarantee consistently high quality and exact reproducibility in denture manufacture.
3D printers build delicate structures layer by layer, closely following organic contours to ensure perfectly accurate final prints. This means that lines and edges are sharp on 3D models and fittings, which in turn leads to improved fit and patient experience.
Patients also benefit from the improvement to laboratories’ workflows that 3D printing can introduce. Better communication between the dental practice and lab is facilitated by digital workflows linking 3D scanning (desktop and intraoral) with 3D printing. 3D printing software can show the patient, dentist, and technician the same information in a clear and unambiguous format.
Reduced lead times also lead to better patient experience overall. Patients have a much shorter wait for custom dental fittings and dentures when the lab is taking advantage of 3D printing.
A cheaper cost for models ties all of these benefits up for 3D printing in the dental laboratory. Faster lead times, more accurate and better fitting products, and simpler workflows can all be had for a fraction of the price of traditional dental lab methods
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Desktop scanning

Desktop 3D scanning is an essential part of the modern digital dentistry workflow. Head and neck imaging and computer aided design have progressed significantly in the last few decades, to make desktop 3D scanners a common sight in the dental office or surgery today.
Patients at practices with a desktop 3D scanner benefit from faster turnaround times, less invasive procedures, and better quality diagnoses and treatments. This technology enables high degrees of comfort and customisation for patients, and it is improving every year.
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Desktop 3D scanning is an essential part of the modern digital dentistry workflow. Head and neck imaging and computer aided design have progressed significantly in the last few decades, to make desktop 3D scanners a common sight in the dental office or surgery today.
Patients at practices with a desktop 3D scanner benefit from faster turnaround times, less invasive procedures, and better quality diagnoses and treatments. This technology enables high degrees of comfort and customisation for patients, and it is improving every year.

‍Advanced aesthetic reconstructive dental care using orthodontics and dental implants can now be performed entirely in house in the dental practice. This is due to the recent digitisation of the profession, which relies on the contribution of desktop 3D scanners.
Desktop 3D scanners retrieve millions of points of spatial data from dental impressions. This results in scan data that far surpasses any traditional measurement method in terms of accuracy and precision.
The ability to quickly, efficiently, and cheaply obtain such enormous datasets has transformed dental treatments. Desktop 3D scanners enable dentists to quickly analyse the patient’s mouth using computer-assisted technology, design bespoke fittings and dentures, and ensure a perfect fit for the patient.
By bringing more of the production in house, desktop 3D scanners enable better patient-dentist relationships. The patient and their dentist can be involved at every stage of the process for creating their dental fittings. Communication is enabled by computer visualisations, and design changes can be made at the press of a button.


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Inter-Oral scanning

Intraoral 3D scanners are designed to retrieve extremely precise spatial data from inside the patient’s mouth. These are a much faster, less intrusive, and cheaper alternative to the traditional impression methods that have been used in dentistry for centuries.
Intraoral 3D scanners are designed for an ergonomic fit for the dentist or technician, which allows for a much more comfortable overall patient experience. They can quickly obtain complex spatial data and immediately show both patient and dentist the results of the scan on the computer screen
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Intraoral 3D scanners are designed to retrieve extremely precise spatial data from inside the patient’s mouth. These are a much faster, less intrusive, and cheaper alternative to the traditional impression methods that have been used in dentistry for centuries.
Intraoral 3D scanners are designed for an ergonomic fit for the dentist or technician, which allows for a much more comfortable overall patient experience. They can quickly obtain complex spatial data and immediately show both patient and dentist the results of the scan on the computer screen.

‍Orthodontic and restorative dentistry have seen the most widespread early adoption of intraoral 3D scanning. These specialisms have been witness to the patient-side benefits of handheld 3D scanning devices which can quickly get accurate scans from inside the patient’s mouth – without causing undue discomfort.
Intraoral 3D scanners are solving long-term problems in dentistry. The impression method of obtaining accurate models of the inside of patients’ mouths is prone to error, with volumetric changes in impression materials on the market leading to an overall loss of fidelity for the final model.
Intraoral 3D scanners digitise the entire modelling process, removing much of the margin for error that manual techniques entail. They also do this extremely quickly when compared to impression-taking techniques. This results in a much better experience for the patient, who has to spend less time in the dentist’s chair and does not face the possibility of a mistake or inaccuracy making all that time pointless.
The benefits of intraoral 3D scanning include better gag reflex management, enhanced patient comfort, no requirements for storing physical study models, a streamlined workflow, and improved patient-dentist communication.
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Dental Software

Dental 3D printing software is the glue that holds all of the modern, digital dentistry processes and methods in place. By joining up desktop and intraoral 3D scan data, CAD modelling, and workflow processes, good dental 3D printing software ensures patients and practice managers will see all of the benefits that digital dentistry has to offer.
Dental 3D printing software can render complete maps of the patient’s mouth in minutes, while the patient is sat in the chair. Dentists can quickly design custom dental fixtures with this accurate data, and send the job to print overnight.
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Dental 3D printing software is the glue that holds all of the modern, digital dentistry processes and methods in place. By joining up desktop and intraoral 3D scan data, CAD modelling, and workflow processes, good dental 3D printing software ensures patients and practice managers will see all of the benefits that digital dentistry has to offer.
Dental 3D printing software can render complete maps of the patient’s mouth in minutes, while the patient is sat in the chair. Dentists can quickly design custom dental fixtures with this accurate data, and send the job to print overnight.

‍Dental 3D printing software is used in all stages of the digital dentistry workflow. It converts scan data – which is formatted in a mesh or point cloud – into CAD surfaces.
Then, it assists in the design of custom dental fixtures that will fit closely around the organic contours of the patient’s mouth. Dentures, clear aligners, and braces can all be designed and printed in house using dental 3D printing software.
When choosing the best dental 3D printing software for your practice, it is important to be aware of the key factors separating the good software from the bad.
Your software needs to be quick and reliable, without bugs. You should focus on aesthetics as well, good 3D printing software helps you to communicate better with patients through engaging visualisations.
Modern dental 3D printing software can be operated by non-technical users as well as technicians. This ensures better communication between different expertise bases, as well as minimal lead time for 3D printed products.
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For expenditure incurred from 1 April 2021 until the end of March 2023, companies can claim 130% capital allowances on qualifying 3D Printer and Scanner investments.

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