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3D Printing Temporary Crowns and Bridges with Formlabs SLA 3D Printers

Learn how to 3D print temporary crown and bridge restorations, inlays, onlays and veneers with excellent marginal adaptation, strength, and aesthetics.

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Introduction

Temporary CB Resin is a tooth-colored resin for 3D printing of temporary crown and bridge restorations, inlays, onlays and veneers. Indicated for up to seven-unit bridges and available in 4 VITA shades, this highly filled material provides excellent marginal adaptation, strength, and aesthetics. Use traditional temporary cements to attach restorations produced with Temporary CB Resin for up to 12 months.

Contents

1. Scan
2. Design
3. Print
4. Post Processing
5. Delivery and Treatment

1. Scan

In order to 3D print a splint, use a scanner to collect anatomical data of the patient’s dentition. Either scan the patient directly with an intraoral scanner, or use a desktop optical scanner to scan a polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) impression or stone model.

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