Advancements in Digital Dentistry: 3D Printing Orthodontics In-House

This event was originally broadcast on January 24, 2018 and is now available for on demand viewing.

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Desktop 3D printers are a catalyst for dental office productivity, with simple digital workflows that increase the return on investment of digital scanners and software. Learn with Michael David Scherer, DMD, MS, FACP, and Gideon Balloch, as they walk through the recent changes in 3D printing for dentistry, how to adopt a fully digital workflow in-house, and the potential impact for your dental business.

Walk through the real-world application of producing orthodontic models and appliances in-house. Dr. Michael Scherer will break down how to go from scan, to software design, to a final printed dental appliance.

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Michael David Scherer

Dr. Michael Scherer is an assistant clinical professor at Loma Linda University, a clinical instructor at University of Nevada –  Las Vegas, and maintains a practice limited to prosthodontics and implant dentistry in Sonora, California. He is a fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists, has published articles, DVD training series, and in‐person and online courses related to implant dentistry, clinical prosthodontics, and digital technology with a special emphasis on implant overdentures. 

Gideon Balloch
Dental Product Lead

Gideon Balloch is dental product lead at Formlabs, the pioneer and industry leader in professional desktop 3D printing. Balloch drives the company's dental product development efforts in its push to become the leader in the dental 3D printing space. Previously, Balloch spearheaded the launch of Formlabs products in international markets including China and Japan. Balloch holds a degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University.

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