Company Announces Agreement Designed to Strengthen 3D Printing Offerings; Launches “3D Printing Immersion” Webinar Series.
Henry Schein, Inc. has reached an agreement with SprintRay that will reinforce its effort to provide in-office 3D printing as an option for dental practices. Henry Schein announced Thursday that it is expanding its 3D printing offerings through the distribution agreement.
SprintRay, a technology company that builds comprehensive 3D printing solutions for dental professionals, will now have Henry Schein offer its full portfolio of 3D printers. The move will bring in-office 3D printing as an option for dental practices to produce orthodontic aligners, implant surgical guides, occlusal guards, digital dentures, indirect restorations, and more.
SprintRay’s Frictionless Workflow solutions, now available through Henry Schein, cover every step of the dental 3D printing process, including:
To complement its expanded product portfolio, Henry Schein is also offering a new virtual education series, “3D Printing Immersion,” tailored for dental professionals who want to learn more about how the technology can be successfully integrated into the dental practice to help enhance practice efficiency.
The speakers and topics include:
With the addition of SprintRay’s products, Henry Schein’s field sales consultants will receive additional in-depth training on the company’s 3D printing solutions portfolio, so they are fully equipped to help customers identify the right options for their practice.
To learn more about the future of 3D printing and innovation in oral health, please view this discussion.
between Stanley Bergman, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Henry Schein, and Amir Mansouri, Co-Founder and CEO of SprintRay, presented as part of Henry Schein’s signature social media series, #scheinchats, which offers engaging conversations with perspectives from oral health professionals and industry-leading supplier partners.
For more information on Henry Schein’s portfolio of 3D printing solutions, please click here.