CRIQ explores 3D printing for patient-specific jaw reconstruction

Written by Georgi Makin

Utilizing GE Additive (OH, USA) Arcam EBM, CRIQ (QC, Canada) are starting to investigate the use of 3D printing technology for patient-specific jaw reconstruction with the aim to provide a positive, cost-efficient impact on Canada’s healthcare system. CRIQ (QC, USA), a state-owned organization reporting to Québec’s minister of the economy, science, and innovation, has adopted GE Additive (OH, USA) 3D printing technology to develop strategies for patient-specific jaw reconstruction. Following a partnership with five hospitals in the province, CRIQ is focusing on uncovering and developing novel technologies to positively impact Canada’s healthcare system. The partnership and ongoing dialogue with cranio-maxillofacial...

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