February 16, 2022 2 min read
3D printing dental crowns has become a staple for digital dental offices due to the ease with which they are manufactured & delivered to the patient.
A frequent concern with these temporary restorations, which often need to last several weeks until a permanent dental crown or bridge can be delivered, is the strength of the material.
CURO Crown is available in four shades (A1, A2, A3.5, and B3), is easily stainable, and delivers high precision 3D prints on Ackuretta’s 3D printers for dentistry, SOL, and DENTIQ.
The benefit for the patient is significant. The number of visits and chair time is easily halved, making visits to the dental office less troublesome and time-consuming. Dental professionals opting for in-house 3D printing C&B save on average $104 per 3-unit bridge in lab fees - increasing their own profits per case significantly.
Do you want to learn how to 3D print crowns & bridges in-house? Then check out Ackuretta's YouTube channel for a MasterClass for Crowns & Bridges and a lot more educational content.