Keep Patients Safe and Comfortable With 3D Printing
Occlusal splints and guards are devices that provide protection to patient’s teeth that are suffering from parafunctional activities, bruxism, or are diagnosed with Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD).
Save Time and Money
Save on Remakes
Power In Your Hands
Drive Case Acceptance By Providing Affordable Occlusal Guards
Offer splints to your patients to keep them safe and comfortable without breaking the bank.
|Lab free||$100-200 USD|
|In-house guard with Formlabs||$4-5 USD|
|Savings per case||$95-195 USD|
Try our interactive ROI tool to see how much time and cost you can save when 3D printing on Formlabs dental 3D printers.
Easy Workflow Means No-Hassle Remakes
Whether you’re designing your own appliances or outsourcing the design step, it’s not hard to make occlusal guards in-house. And with digital impressions and file storage, remakes and replacement guards are easy to do with just a few clicks.
Gain Control and Flexibility Over the Treatment Process
In-house production of appliances means you have more control and visibility into every aspect of the treatment process. Take your splint therapy to another level with the options afforded by 3D printing.
A Fully Validated System for Fast, No-Hassle Aligner Production
Dental LT Clear Resin was developed by Formlabs to work seamlessly with Formlabs 3D printers. Our extensive validation and testing process makes sure your prints work every time: quick setup, no in-field calibration, and no messy resin handling.
Highly durable and resistant to fracture, this color-corrected material prints clear, polishes to high optical transparency, and resists discoloration over time for a finished appliance you’ll be proud to deliver.
Integrated at Every Step
Formlabs is partnered with other leading dental technology companies to ensure the smoothest possible workflow.
Learn With Formlabs Dental Academy
Virtual seminars, lectures from leading practitioners, and short, helpful videos help you start faster and get the most out of your 3D printer.