Crowns and Bridges can now be printed in real colour
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Published On:07-03-2014 by

Stratasys Inc is one of the leaders in 3D printing. Its Orthodesk and Objet EdenV printers are already used by dental laboratories to print orthodontic molds and supplies for restorative dentistry. Until now 3D printing has not been in full colour meaning objects printed had to be coloured later.


It has now launched VeroGlaze dental material for use with its Objet EdenV and OrthoDesk 3D Printers. VeroGlaze enables the 3D printing of dental models with precise A2 teeth color shade, combining quality, accuracy and efficiently produce natural looking dental models such as crowns and bridges.


The dental material for digital dentistry can be used in conjunction with all open intra-oral, impression and plaster scanners and is optimized for 3D printing models for crowns, bridge restorations, diagnostic wax-ups, and try-in veneers.


See the video below if you would like to learn more about the 3D printing process for crowns and bridges.



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