Dr. Rooz Khosravi's presentation (1.25 CE) will provide you with various approaches to implement 3D printing technology in your orthodontic clinic.
First, we'll review the basics of 3D printing, common desktop 3D printers on the market along with the pros and cons of each 3D printing technology.
Next, we'll move into the basic knowledge on 3D printing resins and post printing processes will be discussed. We will go over basic requirements of building a digital lab and converting an existing conventional lab to a digital one.
The last part of the webinar will focus on digital software solutions to integrate 3D printing technology in the daily practice – from aligners to clear retainers.
What are the pros and cons of common 3D printers on the market
What do I need more than a 3D printer to implement printing at my clinic?
What software platforms do I need to implement 3D printing?
Speaker Disclosure: None
Length of session: The session is scheduled for 75 minutes.
Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.25 CE for the entire session.
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