3D Printing Technology In Dentistry

As 3D technologies become more mainstream, the dental profession will have more access to materials that can be used safely in the patient's mouth.

A perfect example is Invisalign, which has been printing aligners from FDA-approved materials for decades.

Dental products that can be printed these days include:

*Implants Surgical Guides


*Dental Models

*Dental Crowns Substructures

The above are all contribute to a better workflow and comfort to our patients

286 Madison Dental has been using this technology from day one. Our state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions are second to none. We feel that this is the future of dentistry.

Feel free to ask us, and we will be glad to show you the latest technology we got.



Dr. Aviram Shmuely

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