What are advantages of 3D printing denture base?
- The color is beautiful, the plastic base connects the various components of the denture
- Simulated mucosal capillaries made of red fine wool are more similar to oral mucosa, natural and lifelike
- The process of 3d printing denture base is simple and save time
- 3D printed denture base is low cost
- 3D printed denture base is easy to make and easy to fix and add
Undoubtedly ,3D printing denture base is less process, and taks less time, it can save labor and costs less. But there are a questions that people most concerned, it is whether the 3D printed denture base is toughness and resistance to pressure when you print a denture base. iFun denture base resin can completely remove your concern. It has perfect resistance and hardness, Dental experst even think it is better than a traditional denture base because it is low water absorption. It is high process reliability because of high initial hardness following printing, low viscosity for reduced material consumption and faster cleaning
When the digital processing technology is used for tooth arrangement, the occlusion accuracy is higher, and the formed curve is perfect. In the process of 3D printing, the mechanical properties of the material are more stable and reliable than the traditional manual glue loading hot pressing method. The application of digital technology can simplify the treatment process and reduce the number of visits
With the adaptation of the dental market to 3D printing technology, the application of 3D printing in the dental industry is expanding rapidly. According to markets and markets report, the value of 3D printing in the dental market reached $1.8 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $6.5 billion by 2025, with a compound annual growth rate of 28.8%. More and more clinics and hospitals will use 3D printers.
3D printing has the advantages of accuracy and speed in dental applications. Combined with 3D scanning, doctors can quickly determine the size of products and complete the production of products in a shorter time at a lower cost, such as various braces and dentures. In the future, you can even directly use 3D printing to fill teeth.
Let’s look forward to and witness the development and change of 3D printing to dentistry.