Hello again! In this video I demonstrate how I utilize a wonderful program called D3Splint and Meshmixer to design an anterior flat plane splint. This is part 2 of a 2 part series. If you missed the first video, go back and watch as we showed how to make an upper Anterior deprogrammer using D3Splint. This method will allow you to fabricate great fitting occlusal splints very economically in your office. To learn more about D3Splint or to order the software visit: www.d3tool.com *I am in no way tied or compensated by this program, I’m just a big fan. Also note that when you go to print these splints on moonray, turn the strength and density of your supports from medium to high. You’ll want to do that anytime you’re printing with a clear resin.
Hello again! In this video I demonstrate how I utilize a wonderful program called D3Splint to design an upper anterior depgrogrammer. This is part 1 of a 2 part series. In the next video I will show the design of an opposing flat plane. This method will allow you to fabricate great fitting occlusal splints very economically in your office.
On a practice management side note: considering this software has free exports much like meshmixer, once you train up an auxiliary team member to do this, total cost for making a splint could be under $25, and that includes paying your team member for their time.
A 1 liter bottle of NextDent Ortho Clear retails for about $300. Total resin for the print in this video was 12 mL. That also includes the opposing splint coming up in the next video. That would make the total cost of resin for this case come in under $4.00. That’s pretty darn reasonable to me!
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