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3D Printing for Orthodontists: Don’t Get Stuck in the Stone Age

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Growing patient demand for aligner treatment options has created a new class of orthodontic solutions. While digitize orthodontics records have become standard, entering an in-office digital workflow can feel overwhelming due to the amount of software and hardware options on the market.

In this webinar, Seattle based orthodontist Dr. Riolo of Riolo Orthodontics will introduce you to the different scanning, software, and printing technologies available in orthodontics. He will walk you through the in-house aligner workflow so you can seamlessly go from analog-to-digital.

What you will learn:

  • 7 changes to consider when moving from an analog to a digital workflow.
  • How in-office workflow improved patient care in two clinical cases
  • 10 different staging software recommendations and what your peers are using now
  • The true costs associated with printing arches and models - from the materials you need to miscellaneous consumables.

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Webinar Speakers


Dr. Christopher Riolo

Riolo Orthodontics

Dr Riolo is a board certified orthodontist at Riolo Orthodontics based in Seattle, WA. He currently teaches in the orthodontic department at the University of Washington as an affiliate associate professor. His research interests include; early/interceptive treatment of children, custom orthodontic appliance systems and lingual braces (braces behind the teeth).


Cali Kaltschmidt

Clinical Manager, Riolo Orthodontics

Cali has worked with Dr. Christopher Riolo at his private practice in Seattle, Washington for the last six years as a dental assistant and clinical manager. She administers two 3D printers on a regular basis and has developed the digital workflow necessary for managing them in the dental environment. She has an interest in technology, custom orthodontic appliances, and lingual orthodontics.