New dentistry resins allow manufacturing models for dental applications, from restorative dentistry to orthodontic devices.
Eleva P100 has a high precision technology that, combined with a DLP UV HD curing system, allows printing, in just over an hour, a wide range of dental devices. This reduces the costs and production time of many applications compared to the analogue production method.
3D printing suppress the bottleneck that occurs in the process of manual modelling, speeding up the process of dental prostheses production and obtaining much more precise models. 3D printing reduces costs and significantly increases production capacity.
Dental sector digitization.
The incorporation of 3D printing in the dentistry sector, together with the Cad-Cam * technology of intraoral 3D scanning system, have allowed accelerating the production and, at the same time, the quality and precision of dental prostheses. Starting from an intra-oral scan, you can find a quick treatment for each case and at the same time, improve the patient's experience that almost immediately receives a solution.
With its compact design, Eleva 3D printer has a perfect size for the desk of any prosthetic laboratory. Offering the possibility of producing crowns, bridges, splints or retainers, correctors and aligners, among other applications, quickly and effectively.
Once the surgical guide is outlined and 3D designed, it is printed using biocompatible resin, which is certified for short oral exposing applications. The hole designed in the 3d model is attached to the metal guide that fits the dental drill, determining the implant desired location and depth.
Surgical guides can improve clinical outcomes in dental surgery implants, obtaining a detailed surgical planning and increasing precision in execution, reducing intraoperative time.
Crowns and bridges.
One of the most common orthodontic procedures is the use of crowns or bridges to correct damaged or missing teeth. The dental casting resin allows producing pieces with a very high resolution, obtaining crowns, bridges and removable partial prostheses, getting a clean mould without residues after burnout. Precise and smooth surfacing metal pieces are obtained to which the porcelain coating can be applied later.
Splints and retainers.
The biocompatible resin for long exposures allows creating splints and retainers with great wear resistance. Obtaining the piece from an intraoral scan and it's subsequent 3D printing.
With Eleva series is possible to produce high precision dental models, ensuring a high quality for patient safety, appearance and finishes coincides with the models obtained by the traditional analogue method.