3D printing is taking its place for dental, orthodontic, stomatological and maxillofacial applications. 3D Dental Printing is part of the overall Digital dentistry which refers to the use of dental technologies or devices that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components to carry out dental procedures rather than using mechanical or electrical tools.
With 3D Printing, dental practices and prosthesis laboratories can disrupt their traditional workflow and completely dematerialise their work processes, which leads to increased efficiency, cost savings, faster production speeds and improved quality. Digitization has also allowed for better cataloguing and patient-specific care.
But still a lot of research and development has to be done in order to continuously improve the endresult for the patient and the workflow for the dental professional.
Dentists | Orthodontists | Maxillofacial Surgeons | Stomatologists | Bioengineers | Dental Labs | Biomedical Engineers | Medical Scientists | Clinical Data Scientists | Regulators | Compliance Officers | Laboratory Personnel | Consultants | Contractors/Subcontractors | 3D Printing suppliers | Manufacturing | Preclinical | Quality Assurance | Quality Control | Operations | Surgeons | Medical Engineers | Research Institutes | Doctors
|3D BioPrinting Conference
3D Bioprinting is the utilization of 3D printing and 3D printing–like techniques to combine cells, growth factors, and biomaterials to fabricate biomedical parts that maximally imitate natural tissue characteristics..
|3D Medtech Printing Conference|
The 3D MedTech printing market can be categorized as medical implants, surgical guides, surgical instruments and medical devices. The medical implant segment is expected to grow.
|3D Dental Printing Conference
3D printing is taking its place for dental, orthodontic, stomatological and maxillofacial applications. 3D Dental Printing is part of the overall Digital dentistry which refers to the use of dental technologies.
|3D Pharma Printing Conference|
Starting in the research laboratories with first applications in university hospitals. Next step will be the top clinical hospitals, and then it will reach the general hospitals and community pharmacies.