3D Printing a 3-Unit Posterior Temporary Bridge

In addition, 3D printing only uses the material needed to produce the case, resulting in less waste. This means lower resupply costs for dentists, which can benefit their business in the long run. 

exocad Hacks for All On X 

Creating All-On-X restorations with exocad simplifies the workflow, unlike traditional approaches to full arch restorations. This invaluable tool empowers dental practices in the digital dentistry realm, offering a competitive edge against rivals.

Why You Should 3D Print Surgical Guides

With 3D printing, you can create surgical guides and diagnostic models that are clear, precise, and tailored to the specific needs of your patients, resulting in better outcomes and an improved quality of life.

How to 3D Print Diagnostic Wax-Ups In-House

By following this guide, you can present patients with their diagnostic wax-ups on their initial appointment day. Beyond speed, 3D-printed diagnostic wax-ups offer higher accuracy and detail, effectively lessening human error.

How to 3D Print Single-Unit Crowns In-House

Traditional methods of creating single-unit crowns require a lot of space, equipment-wise. However, we’re at the age where single-unit crowns can be 3D printed by a machine the size of a coffee machine.

Realistic Monolithic Zirconia Made Easy

With a monolithic approach, you can achieve a faster workflow for your dental technicians. You’ll increase your case production and achieve timely delivery for your dentists.