What is the difference between 3D printed crowns and bridges and normal dental crowns?
The application of 3D printing technology in the field of dentistry is becoming more and more extensive, among which 3D printed crowns and bridges
have become an emerging technology. So, what is the difference between a 3D printed tooth crown and a traditional crown? This article will give you a detailed introduction.
First of all, traditional crowns need to go through multiple steps to make, including impression taking, model making, crown sintering, crown try-in, etc. The 3D printed crown can convert the shape of the patient's oral cavity into a 3D model through digital scanning, and then print the model through 3D printing technology, and finally process and assemble it. Compared with traditional dental crowns, the production process of 3D printed dental crowns is simpler and faster, which can greatly shorten the production cycle.
Second, 3D printed crowns can more precisely adapt to the shape of the patient's mouth. Traditional crowns require multiple try-ons and adjustments during the production process, while 3D printed crowns can directly print out accurate crowns based on digital scanning results, avoiding errors and adjustments during the production process.
In addition, 3D printed crowns can be customized more personally, and the most suitable crown shape and color for the patient can be designed according to the shape of the patient's oral cavity and the characteristics of the teeth. At the same time, 3D printing technology can also produce more complex tooth structures, making the treatment effect better.
In the field of 3D printing dental crowns, ACME is a high-profile enterprise. The R3pro 3D printer launched by it can realize high-precision 3D printing, which ensures the precision and quality of crown production. At the same time, the company also provides a complete digital solution, including digital scanning, design, printing and processing, which can meet different customer needs.
The ACME R3pro 3D printer has many advantages in the production of dental crowns. Compared with traditional hand-making and casting methods, 3D printing can provide higher precision and repeatability, reducing human errors and wasted time and materials. At the same time, 3D printing can achieve more complex geometric shapes and internal structures, providing more choices for doctors and patients.
In dental restorations, 3D printing can enable highly customized dental crown fabrication. According to the specific situation of the patient's oral cavity, 3D scanning technology can be used to obtain accurate data of the teeth, and CAD design is carried out, and finally a precise crown is printed on the 3D printer. This customized manufacturing method can better adapt to the patient's oral morphology and occlusion, improving treatment effect and patient comfort.
In addition, ACME R3pro 3D printer uses light curing technology, which can achieve very high surface smoothness and detail restoration, and provide more beautiful results for tooth restoration. At the same time, it can also use a variety of materials, including resin materials with better biocompatibility, to ensure the safety and reliability of the crown.
In short, the ACME R3pro 3D printer has the advantages of high precision, high customization, high aesthetics and high safety in the production of dental crowns, and will bring more revolutionary changes to dental restoration.
In general, compared with traditional crowns, 3D printed crowns and bridges
have the advantages of short production cycle, high precision, and personalized customization. With the continuous development and progress of 3D printing technology, it is believed that 3D printed crowns will play an increasingly important role in the field of dentistry.