3D Printing Digital Dentures

Fabricate denture bases & complete digital dentures

Interim dentures, delivered same day at a low cost. Denture try-ins to ensure final prosthetic fitments. Both of these vastly improve the patient experience and allow you to avoid costly changes, and they’re both made possible by SprintRay 3D printers.

Print denture bases of all types with biocompatible, class IIa material that displays significantly lower shrinkage factors compared to conventional PMMA milled materials. When paired with class IIa crown and bridge material of the preferred shade, you can create full sets of temporary dentures that can be worn for a full year.

  • Produce a long-term removable denture base or denture try-in in approximately 2 hours with an estimated total of $4.00 per arch in total materials cost.
  • Base materials available in an array of colors including: Dark Pink, Light Pink, Opaque Pink, Red Pink, and Translucent Pink.

Try-in Monolithic Dentures

Try-in Resin is a biocompatible class I material suitable for printing try-in dentures defined as a baseplate combined with the individual designed tooth setup to check bite registration and occlusion functionality prior to final delivery.

Available in colors TI0, TI1, TI2 this material is ideal for time sensitive situations that require highly detailed prosthetics customized for each individual patient.

Economy Dentures

Similar to the try-in process, this biocompatible class I resin material can be processed with a number of different denture stain kits to achieve both aesthetically pleasing as well as low cost denture options.

Currently approved for up to 1 year in the mouth, this solution allows for clinicians to provide immediate remedies for those clients requiring an immediate yet affordable customized denture delivery option.

Workflow Overview

Denture Base Resin is a highly accurate material specifically formulated for the creation of custom denture bases of all types. Production capabilities include removable denture bases and denture try-ins to ensure final prosthetic appliance fitments, as well as high quality complete monolithic interim dentures for same day delivery when fused with class IIa Crown & Bridge materials of preferred shade.

1

Data Capturing

First capture and record a patient’s anatomy using an intraoral scanners or other scanned data.

2

Design/Treatment Planning

Design the denture using dental CAD software.

3

Print & Process

Prepare 3D models, print them, and post-process according to material requirements.

4

Place

Deliver appliance as recommended.