Asiga launches UltraGLOSS 3-d-printed polished splints that require no post-processing

SYDNEY, Australia: 3-d printing is a well-liked go-to production choice for lots of other dental home equipment. That is in large part because of the velocity and accuracy of 3-d printing and the supply of all kinds of end-use biocompatible dental 3-d-printing fabrics. 3-d-printed end-use splints, dentures, surgical guides, denture try-ins, crowns and extra permit dental laboratories and clinics to fortify the cost-efficiency of the home equipment they invent.

As soon as published, the dental equipment is processed via a variety of washing and polymerisation protocols defined via the fabric producer after which its floor is done. Occlusal splints, for instance, require floor sharpening to convey them to a suitable and presentable end for the dentist and affected person. Handbook floor sharpening can also be time-consuming and will in the long run lead to a manually altered equipment.

Asiga’s new UltraGLOSS method permits for splints to be 3-d-printed with a elegant floor at once from the 3-d printer. No particular post-processing steps are required, as merely printing the splint the use of Asiga’s new UltraGLOSS subject matter trays guarantees a gloss end, making it able for direct factor to the affected person. Because of UltraGLOSS, chairside 3-d printing of polished occlusal splints is now achievable.

UltraGLOSS via Asiga is on show at IDS 2023 on the Asiga sales space (H050–J051) in Corridor 3.1.

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