3D Printing Dental Surgical Guides
Fabricate highly accurate, biocompatible, and FDA compliant guided surgery templates for dental applications
Ensuring that implants are precisely placed improves the surgical experience for both patient and doctor. Receive all the clinical benefits of guided surgery with incredible turnaround times and minimal material cost.
Due to the preciseness of the material, surgical drill sleeves can be inserted immediately post print for increased surgical precision. Additionally the material can be sterilized using standard autoclave protocols without affecting dimensional stability of the guide, making it ideal for surgical implant treatments of all types.
SprintRay’s surgical guide resin is a biocompatible class I material developed specifically for the fabrication of Surgical Guides for dental implant surgery.
- Print bone-supported, tooth-supported, & mucosa-supported guides
- Print precise full-arch guides in under 1 hour for about $1.00 each.
- Global accuracy of a full-arch guide is within ±100 microns over 92 percent of the surfaces, when printed at 50 micron layer thickness.
Quadrant Surgical Guides
Quadrant surgical guides are ideal for single-site, single-arch, tooth-supported guide creation for the clinical placement of dental implants. Using 3rd party CAD software, surgeons can quickly, easily, and economically fabricate quadrant guides locally in order to meet patient specific needs.
Full-Arch Surgical Guides
Full-arch surgical guides are ideal for multi-site, single/dual arch, tooth, bone and mucosa supported guide creation for the clinical placement of dental implants. Joined with 3rd party CAD software, surgeons can quickly, easily, and economically fabricate full arch guides locally in order to meet patient specific needs while increasing placement efficiency.
Using an intra oral scanner and a CBCT, you can use 3rd party software to design and produce implant surgical guides in-office using SprintRay 3D printers. Once the surgical guide is printed, it needs to be washed and post-processed before use. Place guide sleeves into the printed part and sterilize in an autoclave.
Capture and record a patient’s anatomy using intraoral scanners or other scanned data.
Design the surgical guide using dental CAD software.
Print & Process
Prepare 3D models, print them, and post-process according to requirements.
Deliver appliance as recommended.