The Grinview Smiles Office Now Uses 3D Printing Dental Technology In Grandview, TX!

The Grinview Smiles office in Grandview, TX, has now announced that it has brought the innovative 3D printing to its practice. With 3D printing technology, patients can get their restorations and oral appliances made for their unique smile.
FORT WORTH, Texas - Dec. 28, 2022 - PRLog -- Three-dimension (3D) printing is no longer something that only has applications in the manufacturing and engineering sectors. In fact, 3D printing has moved into the world of medicine and especially dental medicine in a significant way. As a result, the Grinview Smiles office in Grandview, TX, recently announced that it offers this new technology. The practice leverages 3D printing to create customized, life-like dental restorations and appliances for use in treatments such as dental implant placements.

All 3D printers use the same premise: They rely on a 3D blueprint to tell them what the final product should look like. Then, the printer continuously builds the 3D item layer by layer. This type of "additive printing" results in an exact model that reflects precisely what the blueprint outlined.

What makes 3D printers such a good fit for dental implant specialists? Some of the biggest beneficial characteristics of 3D printing for the dental industry are its speed, efficiency, and accuracy. Because 3D printers can work so rapidly yet reliably, they promote a heightened and tailored patient experience. Some common use cases for 3D dental printers include the creation of dental crowns, night mouthguards, denture bases, indirect bonding trays, partial denture frameworks, and dental implant prosthetics.

When it comes to dental implant prosthetics, the 3D printer can be advantageous during single, multiple, and full mouth dental implant restoration processes. After all, 3D-printed restorations are not just aesthetically pleasing. They are durable, too. A 3D-printed provisional or permanent overdenture can last for years and only need basic at-home care to look its best.

Though other practices that offer dental implant planning and placements outsource 3D printing of their restorations, Grinview Smiles wanted the 3D printer to become part of the office's growing lineup of advanced technologies. The practice's head doctor, Dr. Michael Grier, has consistently brought state-of-the-art equipment and protocols to Grinview Smiles to provide patients with unsurpassed experiences and outcomes. With the investment of the 3D printer, Dr. Grier and the experienced team of professionals can increase appointment efficiency and reduce wait times.

About Grinview Smiles: Grinview Smiles is a full-service dental office that provides a range of treatments that fall under the general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry categories. Known for bringing high-quality care and compassion to each patient's case, Dr. Grier welcomes new patients interested in finding out if they are candidates for dental implant surgery—and a 3D-printed restoration.
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