3D printing is one of the most popular tools in the world today, and for good reason. It’s applicable across industry lines. From rapid prototyping for manufacturing to medical applications, 3D printing is clearly the wave of the future for many, but will it be for dentistry too?
It seems like just the other day labs like ours were upgrading the technology to include the ability to send digital cases, and that was certainly and industry game changer. 3D printing is likely to do the same thing. While not all labs have adopted the technology, at Bloom Dental, we understand that 3D printing means a chance to create the cases you need, quickly, efficiently, and with as much detail as possible. What’s more, though, is that 3D printers aren’t like busy lab technicians. They don’t get overwhelmed with cases or tired. Instead, they just print what’s needed on an ongoing basis. You get consistent results, and we have the ability to focus on the final product.
Is 3D printing coming? It’s already here in some form or another, and we’re happy to integrate this level of technology into what we do every day. You’re getting better products, and we’re offering you a far better line of service. While 3D printing isn’t right for everything we do, over the next decade, this technology is only going to make the entire industry a better place to work.