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EnvisionTEC and AvaDent Join Forces on Complete Digital Dentistry Solution | Video

EnvisionTEC, the global leader in dental 3D printers and materials, and AvaDent Digital Dental Solutions, a global leader in digital dentures, are collaborating on a more advanced a complete dental AM solution. Working together, the two companies now offer a complete digital workflow solution for digital dentures, from impressions and digital design to try-in and final restoration.

A provider of high-accuracy dental 3D printers since 2008, EnvisionTEC launched the first FDA-approved full denture solution for 3D printing in 2017. AvaDent, meanwhile, offers easy-to-use digital denture software and design services to dental professionals, so prosthetics can be quickly manufactured through milling or 3D printing, with more than 100,000 dentures created.

AvaDent’s digital platform represents an easier, faster and better approach to creating dentures. It also provides more security to patients in the form of a permanent digital record of their prosthesis. If the denture is damaged or lost, a replacement is just a phone call away.

Principals from Global Dental Science, creators of AvaDent, were also heavily involved in the technology developed by Align (Invisalign) over 15 years ago. Now that same group is doing it again with EnvisionTEC’s advanced 3D printing technology and materials, and patient satisfaction will gain in terms of comfort, beauty, fit, strength and premium quality.

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