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What 3D printers are utilized in your practice?

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Posted by: eezitec  (5 years ago)
If you don't use any 3D printers in your practice, would you like to? We all know that 3D printing has become more versatile and is an efficient means of getting multiple jobs done, including dentistry. Eezitec is the official distributor of EnvisionTEC dental 3D printers and we would be glad to assist your dental company with regards to any dental 3D printer or 3D printing needs. For more information feel free to check out our website
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As a dentist, I would say that 3D printing is just one of the many revolutionary technologies currently being used in healthcare. 3D printing technology which prints a unique piece, fully customized and at an affordable cost. In this way, 3D printing use was quickly on the rise in this industry. Today, their uses tend to develop toward final products, which would be in the future the ultimate goal of 3D printing in the dental sector. Still, in order to reach this goal, a significant improvement in 3D printing materials needs to be done in terms of durability and nature. In the future, 3D printing might be a common tool for students to learn and practice surgery techniques.
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Posted by: norieltagle0506  (4 years ago)
Hi, I just made my very own design for the dental industry. It was always my dream to make really nice shoes. I was wondering what do you think about my design.
The shoes are very comfortable and was designed specifically for the dental industry.
What do you think? Any comment is welcome.
Thank you so much. :)
You can check it here. :)