Flexibility for the Future: New Resins Broaden Laboratories’ Material Options
Thursday, November 18, 2021
The common thread that ties together the polymers and resins now in development is the pursuit of patient comfort.
Though 3D printing provides undeniable benefits, being able to recognize the specific limitations of the materials and machines is an important part of the learning curve.
CAM milling has given new life to familiar materials, while at the same time new polymers, composites, and hybrids are in development that promise to surpass the strength and esthetics of both conventional and millable options currently on the market.
The variety of polymers and resins currently on the market is likely only the start of the material innovation coming to dental laboratories. Different laboratories are finding exciting ways to profit from the technology enabled by these materials.
In this eBook, experts discuss the capabilities of these materials for indirect restorations, how they are being integrated into laboratories, and what the future may hold for this exciting frontier in dental technology.