3-D technology in dental offices

From USA Today:

3-D printing is getting a toehold into the dental world as well with a growing number of companies working on implants by zapping liquid plastic with a laser, quickly hardening it layer by layer into a dental prosthetic,

via 3-D technology becoming common in dental offices.

A nice general interest article. (It doesn’t get any more general than USA Today) about 3D dentistry. The article¬†mentions 3D printing but is really about CAD CAM milling.

The more the general public knows about “same day crowns” the more they will expect to get them.

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