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Adapting 3D Printing Technology for Small and Medium Laboratories

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

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  • 3D printing opens greater opportunities for small and medium laboratories, including the ability to provide new product lines for your dentists
  • CAD/CAM and additive manufacturing mitigates the risk of inaccuracies and unsuccessful procedures
  • 3D printing surgical guides opens up a new revenue stream for the laboratory to reach out to dentists doing implants

For a growing number of dental laboratory owners, digital workflow with 3D printing is already part of their business strategy. Solutions are readily available for all sizes of laboratories. With a thorough understanding of your business model, laboratories can find an appropriate level at which to attain and implement these technologies.

For example, surgical guides can be made much easier, faster, and at far less expense with 3D printing. The result is a new source of income for your laboratory, one that offers clear value to your clients.

Because these printers are being designed specifically for dentistry, the return on investment is becoming more apparent, more quickly, for small and medium laboratories. Learn more about how these technologies can impact your business.

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