Nowadays, with the development of 3D printing, customized 3D printing braces have become possible. 3D printing invisible braces is a new 3D computer technology, tailored a series of almost imperceptible transparent braces to complete the entire correction process. Whether it is due to crowded teeth, gaps, or teeth that have shifted after traditional treatment, it can be used, so what is the process of 3D printing braces?
Step 1.Intraoral scan to obtain 3D data.
Step 2. Software design and data restoration, the scanned model cannot be printed directly,and need to do some modification
Step3.Data import and 3D printer printing (a large warehouse can reach 130 dental molds, and a small warehouse can reach more than ten dental molds)
Step 4. Post-processing such as model curing, 3D printed models cannot be used directly, they need to be cured, supported, polished, and other post-processing
Step 5. Take out the finished mold and sort and check the dental mold according to the customer information
Step 6. The upper moulding machine presses the transparent braces
Step 7. Peel off the braces and dispose of the burrs
Step 8. The finished braces are produced and adapted to the mouth.
The step of printing the tooth model is completed by a light-curing 3D printer. Under normal circumstances, a patient who uses invisible braces to straighten their teeth needs about 30-40 pairs of braces. If traditional processing methods are used, it is impossible to tailor and mass produce correction models for the patient in a short time. 3D printing, as a kind of digital molding technology book, can transform any digital design into a physical object. 3D printing technology just meets the two conditions of individualization and mass production. The cost of making dental molds with 3D printers is low, the cycle is short, and The quality and precision of the manufactured dental implant parts are also improved, which brings great convenience to the manufacture of dental models. Among them, LCD light-curing 3D printing technology combines high speed, mass production and low cost. Therefore, the price of products based on this technology is often more affordable, and it is also selected by most users as braces.
MINGDA light-curing 3D printer K3 is widely used in denture dentistry. This 3D printer uses light-curing technology to print dental molds and uses photosensitive resin as the printing material. The K3 printer supports digital modeling, which can make the size of the dental model more accurate, assist the doctor in completing more suitable invisible braces, and make the patient more comfortable to wear.