Disrupting dentistry: the future of 3D printing in dentistry
In this interview, Les Kalman (Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry; ON, Canada) describes the advantages and current limitations of 3D printing in dentistry, as well as what he predicts the future may hold for the dental applications of the technology.
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