Conference to Tackle 3-D Printing in Dentistry

Dentistry Today


ResearchAndMarkets will present the Future of 3D Printing in Medicine and Dentistry—Gold Passport, January 29-31 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The conference will feature more than 30 speakers from commercial, practitioner, governmental, and academic organizations.

Attendees will learn about the most effective procedures and business opportunities in medical and dental 3-D printing, industries that ResearchAndMarkets expect to generate more than $5 billion in revenue by 2021. The conference will include separate two-day medical and dental tracks, two pre-conference workshops, and the Start-Up Competition. Topics will include:

  • How 3-D printing is disrupting supply chains and transforming procedures at hospitals, labs, and doctors’ and dental offices
  • 3-D printing’s potential for market penetration and revenue generation
  • Regulatory requirements affecting 3-D printing in medicine and dentistry and how they can vary internationally
  • The specific markets where bioprinting firms expect to make money and what products are expected to succeed for years to come
  • How intellectual property will impact technology development and procedures as well as where the money is coming from for additive medicine

Topics specific to dentistry will include oral surgery, materials, dental aligners, and chairside care. An exhibit hall and networking opportunities will be available as well. Early bird registration for the full program will cost $599 through October 11. For more information, visit

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