Disrupting dentistry: the future of 3D printing in dentistry

Written by Les Kalman

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. Biography Les Kalman completed a BSc (Hon) and DDS at Western University (ON, Canada) followed by a GPR at the London Health Sciences Centre (ON, Canada). He maintained a full-time solo private practice with an emphasis on digital dentistry, prosthodontics and medical device research while continuing hospital privileges at Strathroy-Middlesex General Hospital (ON, Canada). His research was supported by...

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