Collaboration to Simplify the Guided-Surgery Workflow

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SprintRay and SICAT will collaborate on validation and software integration designed to simplify the guided-surgery workflow. The integration will simplify the handoff step between SICAT IMPLANT planning software and the SprintRay 3D printing system, the companies said.

Now, the companies said, dental professionals will be able to scan, plan, and print biocompatible surgical guides, providing highly accurate implant placement with rapid turnaround times.

“SprintRay’s mission is to simplify the workflows of dental professionals by giving them the tools to control every aspect of treatment, from scan to print to placement,” said Amir Mansouri, SprintRay CEO.

“This new integration with SICAT represents another step forward, creating new opportunities for efficiency and further simplifying the workflows of SprintRay customers,” Mansouri said.

“SICAT has a reputation as the surgical guide accuracy experts, and we’re proud to have met their validation requirements, further showcasing the accurate, repeatable results that are possible with the SprintRay production ecosystem,” said Mansouri.

“Benefitting dentists and consumers alike, this strategic partnership represents digital dentistry at the highest level,” said Craig Hennings, president of SICAT USA.

“By providing dentists with a clear and economical path to provide same-day dentistry, SprintRay and SICAT combine for the industry’s most compelling and complete solution for digital dentistry,” Hennings said.

“Elegant workflow and increased case acceptance have always been the hallmark traits of the SICAT Suite. Now with the incredible speed and accuracy of the SprintRay 3D printers, dental professionals provide today’s dental consumer with an optimal dental experience,” Hennings said.

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