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    EnvisionTEC receives FDA approval for E-Denture material to 3D print removables

    The new material reportedly allows dentists and labs to directly 3D print full denture solutions.

    ´╗┐EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of desktop and full-production 3D printers and materials, received FDA approval for its new E-Denture material for the 3D printing of lifelike dentures.

    Combined with EnvisionTEC’s FDA-approved E-Dent 100 and 400 materials for the direct printing of restorations that simulate teeth, EnvisionTEC is now reportedly the only 3D printing company worldwide that offers a complete digital denture workflow solution. E-Dent is currently offered in four natural shades.

    Read more: EnvisionTEC unveils fourth-generation Perfactory 3D printer

    Dental labs and dentists can now combine a pink 3D printed denture base and tooth restoration into a denture that patients can wear for long-term use.

    “This new material expands EnvisionTEC’s already industry-leading dental materials library,” says CEO Al Siblani. “Even more importantly, E-Denture gives our 3D printer owners the ability to print even more materials.”

    Both E-Denture and E-Dent can be 3D printed on EnvisionTEC’s Vida desktop and Perfactory production machines.

    Owners of those machines can already 3D print a variety of dental parts with EnvisionTEC materials:

    • Dental or orthodontic models (E-Model and E-Appliance)
    • Castable crowns, bridges and partial denture frameworks (Press-E-Cast and E-Partial)
    • Bite splints or night guards (E-Guard)
    • Surgical guides (Clear Guide and E-Guide Tint)
    • Indirect bonding trays for orthodontic bracket placement (E-IDB)
    • Flexible gingiva masks (E-Gum)

    E-Denture will be available for limited distribution in the third quarter.


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