3D Printing Resins for Dental Applications
Materials used in dental 3D printing are specialized resins formulated specifically for dental applications. These materials are designed purposely for biocompatibility, aesthetics, and safety. Dental 3D resins are cured, or hardened, using a process called photopolymerization. This curing process typically utilizes ultraviolet (UV) light, which starts a chemical reaction that converts the liquid resin into a solid, hardened object. Dental Resins allow for rapid production and decrease the reliance on manual labor which can improve workflow efficiency and reduce turnaround times for dental laboratories and clinics.
Dental 3D Resins can be used for:
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