Additive manufactured RPD frameworks Vs Traditional Cast RPD frameworks
Mr Glenn Campbell Mr Frank Alifui-Segbaya Dr Jane Evans
Mr Glenn Campbell
MDentTech in Prosthetics
Bachelor of Oral Health · Masters dental technology in prosthetics ·Griffith University
Glenn is a prosthetists, also owner operator of Dentures By Design Clinic.
Mr Frank Alifui-Segbaya
Currently PhD candidate
Dr Jane Evans
DipDT, BFET, PhD
The BSEM image of DMLS Co-Cr alloy at x500 magnification
Additive manufacturing by laser sintering or melting joins metal powders to accomplish: Almost 100% DENSITY FINER MICROSTRUCTURE SUPERIOR HOMOGENEITY Traditional casting can lead to Miscasts, Porosity, Investment Inclusions
ADVANTAGES FOR CLINICIAN AND LAB
Reduction in environmental impact due to waste reduction
Ability to recall, change design and remanufacture without needing to change entire process
Share designs through web based services between Clinician and Technician
Shorter Process Workflow
You can now offer your patients 3D laser printed pure chrome partials, knowing exactly their makeup.
Every frame comes with a certificate of authenticity.
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
Patient Focused Research Best Practice is a technique or methodology that, through experience and research, has been proven to reliably lead to a desired result.
Results in providing patients with the highest quality prosthesis