3D printing in dentistry has huge potential in providing rapid, cost-effective and personalized solutions to dental patients. To celebrate 3D Day, we have highlighted three key developments in the field of 3D printing in dentistry seen over 2021, ranging from technological to legislative advancements. UNIZ: creating a novel 3D printer for dentistry Regarding technological advancements in 3D printing in dentistry, 2021 saw 3D printer manufacturer UNIZ (CA, USA) launch its high-speed 3D printer, dubbed the NBEE, at TCT Asia (26 May – 28 May 2021, Shanghai, China), the leading event for additive manufacturing in Asia. The NBEE utilizes a resin-based LCD system that ensures high speed, precision and reliability to meet the needs of dental institutions. For example, it is capable of producing denture bases, aligners, dental night guides, surgical…
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