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Techniques for Aesthetic Digital Dentures: 3D Printing Workflow and Characterization

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Digital dentures is one of the latest applications that you can 3D print using Formlabs Dental systems. The digital workflow offers several advantages over traditional methods and with new biocompatible materials dental professionals can now easily print these in-house or in the dental lab in a short period of time and at a fraction of the cost. Combining this technology with a good characterization technique allows professionals to take this process a step further.

In this webinar, Bernhard von Oppeln, MDT, Formlabs Dental Solutions Engineer will do an overview of the digital workflow for printing and producing dentures together with a step-by-step characterization technique demonstration for optimal results.

What you will learn:

  • Introduction to Digital Dentures: material and clinical indications
  • Digital workflow to produce full dentures
  • Step-by-step characterization technique using GC Optiglaze

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Webinar Speakers


Bernhard von Oppeln

Master Dental Technician, Application Engineer Dental

Bernhard von Oppeln is a Master Dental Technician with more than 20 years of experience in the dental field. He has worked full-time as a dental technician and he participated in the introduction of CAD/CAM technology in the dental profession. His first printer was a Form 2 which allowed him to have first hand experience with additive manufacturing workflows in the dental lab. This was the trigger to pursue a professional career in 3D printing and join Formlabs as the Dental Solution Engineer.