Traditional dentistry for appliances and dentures hasn’t changed much. It usually includes an x-ray to detect the problem, a rubber cast of the existing tooth and jaw structure, and a plaster mold made from the rubber cast.
Dental 3D printing allows a dentist to manufacture customized designs for various categories of products3D dental printing involves the combination of various techniques such as, CAD/CAM, oral scanning, designing, and 3D printing. Dental products such as, dental crowns, bridges, and different types of orthodontic appliances are manufactured with the help of 3D printing technology.
Technology were used in this research are VAT Photopolymerisation, Selective Laser Sintering, PolyJet Technology, Fused Deposition Modeling etc.
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