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3D printing the future of dentistryDigital Esthetics and Dental Products Report round up the latest innovations in 3D printing.
How 3D printing streamlines your workflow
How 3D printing streamlines your workflowA lab technician tells how using the Stratasys Objet30 Dental Prime 3D printer has improved his efficiency.
What the future holds for 3D Printing
What the future holds for 3D PrintingDigital Esthetics talks to a variety of industry experts to find out how 3D printing has shifted the dental industry—and what it will do in the future.
Step-by-step: Providing immediate esthetics for implant casesMr. Chris Halke, CAD/CAM Supervisor, and Dr. Michael Pikus, Director of Clinical Education show how it's possible to promote healing and esthetics immediately upon implant surgery.
What labs NEED to see in Chicago: Part 4Dental Lab Products explores the products, solutions and innovations that will be shown at the 2016 Chicago dental tradeshows, including LMT Lab Day, Cal-Lab, Spectrum Day and the Chicago Midwinter Meeting.
A new 3D printing support material for cleaning printed work
A new 3D printing support material for cleaning printed workStratasys has introduced a new support material, SUP706, for some of its 3D printers.
The top 25 most-viewed products of 2015Dental Lab Products looks at the most-viewed products of 2015, via numbers taken from its website.
The top 5 new product upgrades and innovations of 2015The year is winding down, but 2015 brought us some great product upgrades and releases that made dentistry just that much easier for practitioner and patient alike. Now, we're taking a look back at the top product upgrades and innovations of the past year.
Stratasys debuts new 3D printer for larger labs
Stratasys debuts new 3D printer for larger labsStratasys has introduced the Objet500 Dental Selection 3D printer, which is intended for larger dental and orthodontic labs that need advance and high-volume capabilities.
The evolution of dental materialsBut none of this would have been possible if millable materials hadn’t evolved along with the equipment technology. Since the advent of CAD/CAM, the results have only been as good as the materials that are used.