The invention of 3D printing technology and its microprecision products are revolutionizing the way dentistry ispracticed. However, as with any newtechnology, many clinicians are uncertain of where to start.The purpose of this book is toarm clinicians with what theyneed to know to incorporate 3D printing into dailypractice. After a brief discussion of the evolution of 3D printing and the scientific credence behind it, the first section examines thefundamental concepts and the latesttrends in digital dentistry,including intra-oral scanning, 3D printers, 3D materials, and CAD/CAM processes.The second half of the book presents clinical case studies that apply3D printing to treat surgical, orthodontic, prosthodontic, restorative, and esthetic cases. These cases examine the benefitsand limitations of 3D printingtechnology in density. This text isa must-have for dentists wantingto understand the future of dentistry.
Section 1: Basic Concepts
1. Historical Perspectiveand Technology
2. Intra-oral Digital Acquisition
3. Other Digital AcquisitionMethods
4. Computer-aided Design (CAD)
5. Dental CAD
6. Printers and Materials
7. Dental Applications and Digital Workflow
Section 2: Clinical Case Studies
11. Smile Design
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