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Impress3D Announces Launch of Commercial Operations in North America


Impress3D will launch its partial denture system in the North American market, using Valplast® materials for best outcomes.

Impress3D Announces Launch of Commercial Operations in North America

Impress3D Announces Launch of Commercial Operations in North America

Impress3D has announced the official launch of its commercial operations in North America. The company, which specializes in the combination of digital scanning technology with Valplast® materials, will expand to offer removable partial dentures to more patients, according to CEO Jason Shelton.

“Impress3D is the only solution that combines digital scanning technology with Valplast materials, making removable partial dentures more efficient, comfortable, and accessible,” Shelton said in a press release from the company. “After receiving an overwhelmingly positive response from the dentists already using Impress3D, we’re excited to now expand our service nationwide.”

Impress3D has an exclusive partnership with Valplast that allows dentists to upload patient scans online, have the necessary partial denture fabricated base on those scans, and then have it shipped back to the dental practice. These partial dentures are said to have a 95% fit rate, according to the press release.

Impress3D was founded in 2020.

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