3D Printing Indirect Bonding Trays

Fabricate flexible orthodontic appliances for speedy bracket placement

Shorten the length of bracket placement appointments, decreasing chair time and increasing patient satisfaction. Ensure that orthodontic brackets are precisely placed in their planned location.

These flexible orthodontic appliances enable an orthodontist to load an entire arch of brackets into the tray, then quickly transfer those brackets onto the patient’s teeth. The transparency of the appliance allows the clinician to use a curing light to cement the entire arch of brackets simultaneously.

Reliable and Accurate Placement of Brackets

Indirect bonding trays allow for the speedy placement of a full-arch of brackets simultaneously. The pre-printed apparatus also means that each bracket gets placed exactly where it should be, removing the guesswork.

Workflow Overview

Using an intraoral scanner and a CBCT, you can use 3rd party software to design and produce indirect bonding trays in-office using SprintRay 3D printers. When printing, ensure that the occlusal side of the bonding tray is face-up so that no supports generate in difficult-to-reach places, obstructing the placement of the trays.

1

Data Capturing

Capture and record a patient’s anatomy.

2

Design/Treatment Planning

Design the appliance using dental CAD software.

3

Print & Process

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

4

Place

Deliver appliance as recommended.