8 Denture Base Resin dentures on a build platform

Why Choose Denture Base Resin?

Denture Base Resin enables dental professionals to produce 3D printed dentures accurately and reliably.

Semi-Translucent, Pink Base Shades

Provide lifelike gingiva with natural margins.

Strong and Wear-Resistant

Produce long-lasting dentures that won't break or wear down easily.

Repeatable and reliable

Reach an end result in fewer steps, start to finish, than traditional workflows.


Provide the patient and clinician the peace of mind they deserve.


Denture Base Resin is expanding access to digital dentures with an efficient, cost-effective manufacturing solution.

Consider Denture Base Resin for:

Final Dentures
Try-in Dentures

Material Properties*

Denture Base Resin

Flexural Strength

> 50 MPa


1.15 g/cm 3 < X <1.25 g/cm3

* Material properties may vary based on part geometry, print orientation, print settings, and temperature. Data refers to post-cured properties obtained after exposing green parts to 108 watts each of Blue UV-A (315 – 400 nm), in a heated environment at 80 °C (140 °F) and 1hr, with six (6) 18W/78 lamps (Dulux blue UV-A).


Form Wash Settings


10 min in IPA



To ensure that finished parts are biocompatible, follow all part washing notes in the Instructions for Use. Maintain separate wash buckets for biocompatible materials. Wash in IPA with a concentration of 99% or higher to comply with biocompatibility regulations. Maintain separate wash buckets to meet biocompatibility requirements.

Form Cure Settings


30 + 30 min


80 °C


Fill a glass container with glycerin. Preheat the glycerin to 80 °C in Form Cure. Use heat resistant silicone tongs to fully submerge the assembled denture in the glycerin, leaving the container inside Form Cure. Cure for 30 minutes. After the first 30 minute post-cure, flip the denture to the opposite side. Post-cure again for 30 minutes. Warning: The glycerin and denture at 80 °C are hot. Use heat-resistant silicone tongs to insert and remove the denture from the curing chamber. Post-curing as recommended in the material-specific Instructions for Use is required to ensure optimal performance and biocompatibility of 3D printed dental appliances.