Three-dimensional (3D) printing technologies are advanced manufacturing technologies based on computer-aided design digital models to create personalized 3D objects automatically. They have been widely used in the industry, design, engineering, and manufacturing fields.
The 3D printing technology that is revolutionizing digital dentistry. has been growing continuously over recent years. The adoption of 3D printing into our RR dental lab enables to yield more accurate results and give the ability to print complex designs, unmatched flexibility, same-day implants and a complete that delivers reliable, proven results.
We at RR Dental Laboratory adapted the latest 3D printing technologies such as SLA and DLP. Depending on the application, different resins are used and many specialized resins have been created solely for dental 3D printing.
RR Dental lab reliable and accurate 3d printers produce tight-fitting crowns, digital dentures, wide range of patient specific models (dental and orthodontic) and appliances (surgical guides, bite splints, clear aligners e.t.c)
We prioritize materials and our materials are constantly being improved to keep our dentists at the forefront of dental technology. The development of new materials and technologies will be the future trend of 3D printing in dentistry.
Save time and reduce costs by producing high-quality dental applications with unmatched speed and reliability.
A wide variety of clinical applications in prosthodontics, maxillofacial surgery, oral implantology making it possible to create new and more efficient methods for manufacturing dental products.
3D printing has a wide range of applications,
Working models for diagnosis and surgical treatments
Environmentally friendly materials
Crown and bridge dentures can be fabricated using resin-based 3D printing technologies
Compared with traditional plaster models and milling models , 3D printed models have more advantages in accuracy and reproducibility
For Implants placement, the use of working models significantly increased measurement accuracy, improved surgical planning, and reduced operative time.
For products with complex structures, fine structures, and inconveniences to use mechanical processing technology, 3D printing can use an increasing number of material types and rely on digital data to create complex geometric shapes and accurately fulfill the complex and personalized needs of the dentists.