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How 3D Printing Can Reduce Chair Time and Increase Accuracy in Orthodontic Bonding

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Indirect bonding of orthodontic brackets is a proven, efficient technique that enhances the overall patient experience. This workflow provides accurate bracket placement while significantly decreasing the overall clinical procedure time. Empowered by digital technologies and 3D printing by Formlabs, professionals are able to digitally plan and print indirect bonding trays in a streamlined manner using their printers and new biocompatible materials developed for this purpose.

Register to watch a recorded 45-minute lecture with leading orthodontist Dr. Lisa Alvetro and digital specialist Patricia Mitchell. The recording also includes the Q&A session from the live webinar.

What you will learn:

  • How to design and produce indirect bonding trays with 3D printing
  • Pre-appointment preparation and clinical steps for successful bonding
  • Tips for getting a successful print every time
  • Ways to adopt and leverage this technology to grow your practice

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Webinar Speakers


Dr. Lisa Alvetro

Orthodontist, Alvetro Orthodontics

Dr. Lisa Alvetro has been a solo, orthodontic practitioner in Sidney, Ohio for over 27 years. She received her D.D.S. summa cum laude from Ohio State University in 1991 and completed her orthodontic residency at Case Western Reserve University in 1993. She continues to be involved with CWRU orthodontic department as an associate clinical professor teaching both management strategies and digital orthodontic workflow and technologies. Considered an early adopter of technology she and her team established Alvetro 3D lab over 6 years ago. In her practice she utilizes the latest technological advances, such as digital imaging, 3D printing, digital indirect bonding, an inhouse aligner system, 3D printed orthodontic brackets and digital workflows to provide her patients with the most effective care possible. She enjoys sharing her digital experience with colleagues and students and is often a requested speaker on 3D workflow at conferences and webinars. A firm believer in the importance of giving back Dr. Alvetro founded Smiles of Hope, a recognized NGO operating in Tarime, Tanzania. Where they support the people of the Gamasara region with agriculture and employment opportunities. She and her team also donate their resources and talents through their foundation St. Jude Dental cooperative in St Lucia.


Patricia Mitchell

Digital Specialist, Alvetro Orthodontics

Patricia Mitchell has been working for Dr. Alvetro at Alvetro Orthodontics in Sidney, OH since 2019. Patricia has worked as a Clinical Assistant and is now the Digital Specialist at Alvetro Orthodontics. Patricia is experienced in 3D printing and has experimented with a variety of 3D printers and 3D printer materials. Patricia designs and prints indirect bonding trays, aligner case series, and models for appliances for the patients of Alvetro Orthodontics.