Live WebinarDiabetes and Oral Disease
26 Sep 2019, 08:00 PM EST (New York)
Ira Lamster DDS, MMSc, Editor-in-Chief
While almost every dental lab is utilizing 3-D print technology, more and more dentists are beginning to adopt this technology to save time and money, especially to manufacture splints, surgical guides and models. Compared to general consumer-oriented printers, VOCO’s compact desktop dental 3-D printer was custom-engineered for the dental office and excels thanks to higher printing speeds, more accuracy and the ability to print truly clear orthodontic appliances.
VOCO has introduced Grandio blocs, the new 86 percent filled nano-ceramic resin hybrid CAD/CAM block indicated for crowns, inlays/onlays, veneers and implant-supported crowns. With a combination of optimal tooth-like physical properties, category-leading compressive strength, extremely low water absorption and natural esthetics with enhanced color stability, Grandio blocs provide a new solution for practitioners and labs looking to streamline CAD/CAM processes and deliver high-quality restorations, according to the company.