Traditionally milled or lab-fabricated surgical guides can cost hundreds of dollars, and upwards of $1,000 for more complex cases, but dental practices or labs using in-house 3D printing are producing guides for just $2–5 each.
By adopting a digital workflow, dental professionals worldwide have successfully cut costs without reducing quality, and have completed more than 100,000 guided oral surgeries using guides 3D printed on the Form 2 with Dental SG Resin. In this webinar, we team up with 3Shape, a global leader in 3D scanning and dental CAD/CAM software, to showcase a user-friendly, affordable digital workflow you can bring in-house today.
Walk through the full digital workflow for designing and 3D printing dental surgical guides with Hermogenes Angeles, Implant Studio specialist at 3Shape, and Sam Wainwright, dental product manager at Formlabs.
Sam Wainwright, dental product manager at Formlabs, has been in the dental industry for 10 years helping labs and dentists become more effective with new technology. He most notably has worked for Custom Automated Prosthetics (CAP), Henry Schein, and 3M as they expanded their presence in the industry.
Hermogenes Angeles is an Implant Studio and Ortho Analyzer training and application specialist at 3Shape. Angeles graduated from Manila Central University Philippines with a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in 1993.
Amos Dudley is an applications engineer at Formlabs, dedicated to developing best practices in digital workflows where 3D printing is one step in a more advanced process. Amos led applications validation on Castable Wax Resin, developing our usage guide and optimizing the recommended burnout schedule. Amos is an experienced CAD designer with a background in digital design, architecture, and additive manufacturing.