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Stone Models Are a Thing of the Past!

With the rapid proliferation of the use of 3D printing and intraoral scanners, the demand for 3D printed models has increased dramatically. To meet this demand, CreoDent offers a variety of models for our clients' use. Among them is the DIM model, which is created using the latest, most precise, and most accurate 3D printing systems in the current market. DIM models come with 3D printed soft tissue for each implant restoration unit and use Trilok Analogs for ease of use. Trilok Analogs have a unique 3 locking feature that will create a secure fit to the DIM model without any adhesive or screws like other digital analogs in the market. The combination of all of these materials makes CreoDent’s DIM models the best in accuracy and quality throughout the dental laboratory industry. This is truly a winning solution for the digital workflow of any implant restoration.

These models run for $69. For each additional analog, $18 (for Trilok Analogs) or $40 (for non-Trilok analogs) is added to the invoice.

Let's Take a PEEK at More of Our Services...

Here at CreoDent, we offer milling services for PEEK framework.

We will make the PEEK substructure for you, so that you can finish it and sell it to your dentist clients for profit.

Note: Non-Creo Ti links are not included. ND and File cases are not guaranteed for fit, as well.


Accuracy Evaluation of 3D Printed Casts by Different Printing Technologies

Additive manufacturing (AM) is a rapidly evolving technology already used in various industries, especially the dental industry. Various 3D printers with different manufacturing technologies can be used to fabricate physical casts from 3D virtual casts obtained from digital scanners. The advantages of 3D-printed casts include being lightweight, having minimal fracture risk, having high abrasion resistance, and having the ability to be fabricated in multiples. But shrinkage is inevitable during the 3D printing and post-curing processes. The following article reviews evidence-based scientific papers regarding the accuracy of 3D printing.