Dental SG Resin
Class 1 Biocompatible Resin for Surgical Guides
Digital Dentistry with Formlabs
Print accurate surgical guides for implant dentistry.
1. Digital Design
Design surgical guides by using implant treatment planning software to integrate CBCT and intraoral scan data.
2. Print and Prepare
Print on the Form 2 with Formlabs Dental SG Resin. Post-cure with a cure chamber, remove supports, and add drill sleeves.
Simply sterilize prints in an autoclave to use surgical guides directly in the mouth during implant surgery.
Effective presurgical planning
Examine vital structures and osseous topography in implant planning software to perform less invasive procedures and conserve anatomic structures.
Improved patient experience
Avoid messy manual impressions and tedious stone model pour-ups by taking digital impressions. Reduce surgical time compared to freehand techniques.
Precise implant placement
Carry out precise implant procedures with confidence. Superimpose preoperative and postoperative CBCT scans to easily verify final implant placement accuracy.
Clinical Case Study
Accurate implant placement and clinical outcomes are crucial in digital implantology. Learn how Daniel Whitley DDS and Sompop Bencharit DDS, MS, FACP tested and verified the performance and precision of Dental SG in this white paper. Read about print accuracy, incorporating 3D printing into a clinical workflow, and actual clinical outcomes from the first implant surgery with a Dental SG printed surgical guide.
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|Shore Hardness||≥ 80D||ISO 868:2003|
|Flexural Strength||≥ 50MPa||ISO 20795-1:2013|
|Flexural Modulus||≥ 1500MPa||ISO 20795-1:2013|
This difference map shows a 3D scan of the printed surgical guide overlaid with the original 3D model. The color mapping indicates differences with the green areas revealing dimensional accuracy within ± 50 microns. A study of 84 surgical guides printed with Dental SG resin were scanned with an orthodontic scanner and compared with the .STLs of the intended models. Results showed that printed models were dimensionally accurate within ± 100 microns over 93% of the surface area, providing a precise fit for dental surgical applications.
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Surgical Guide White Paper
Learn how Daniel Whitley DDS and Sompop Bencharit DDS, MS, FACP perform dental implant surgery with Dental SG in this white paper, including in-depth information on impact placement accuracy with the Form 2.
See more examples of how dentists use their Form 2 to create surgical guides, surgical practice models, retainers, aligners, educational models, and more.