Desktop 3D printers are a catalyst for dental office productivity, with simple digital workflows that increase the return on investment of digital scanners and software. But only a limited number of clinicians use guided surgery due to the high cost of most surgical guide fabrication systems. Learn with Daniel Whitley, DDS, as he walks through the digital workflow for in-house 3D printing, and the impact it's making on his dental practice.
Watch now to learn:
- How to apply imaging technologies, software, and 3D printing to design and fabricate a surgical guide
- How to design and print a surgical guide using 3Shape Implant Studio and the Formlabs Form 2 3D printer
- Industry trends with recent innovations in intraoral scanning and 3D printing
- Common applications of 3D printers in the dental office