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Dental case study: 3D printed surgical guide

Let’s start 2018 by wishing you a very Happy New Year!

Always at the forefront of dental technology in the UK, Laboratory manager Jon Dolding from Ceramic Design Studio in Hove, UK was asked by his client Dr Bill Schaeffer from The Implant Centre to document the manufacture a surgical guide using a 3D printer.

Special thanks to Mark Welch from Asiga reseller Bracon, Jon Dolding from Ceramic Design Studio and Dr Bill Schaeffer from The Implant Centre.

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