The dental industry is changing; digital dentistry is driving a shift to more advanced and efficient standards of care. Desktop 3D printers are a catalyst for this increase in productivity, enabling simple digital workflows that increase the return on investment of digital scanners and software. In this webinar, learn with Ken Kim, DMD, and Gideon Balloch, as they walk through the recent changes in 3D printing for dentistry, how to adopt a fully digital workflow in-house, and the potential impact for your dental business.
Walk through the real-world application of cost-effectively producing consistent, highly precise surgical guides in-house. Dr. Ken Kim will break down how to go from scan, to software design, to a final printed dental appliance.
What You’ll Learn:
About Our Speakers:
Ken Kim, DMD
- 1. How recent changes in 3D printing have impacted the dental industry
- 2. An overview of dental 3D printing applications that can be produced in-house, and how to evaluate the costs and benefits to your business
- 3. The entire step-by-step digital workflow and what you need to adopt these methods in-house
- 4. How to apply imaging technologies, software, and 3D printing to design and fabricate reliable surgical guides
Dr. Ken Kim has been on the cutting edge of dental implant technology since beginning his practice in 2010. As an early adapter to CAD-CAM, intraoral imaging techniques, and CBCT, Dr. Kim’s work has led him to focus on increased accuracy and consistency in the placement of dental implants, for the benefit of both his patients and the industry. His private office is located in Plainview, NY and he currently serves on the faculty of, and lectures on behalf of, the Hiossen Implant Research Education Center.
Phil Carlino, Dental Business Development Manager at Formlabs