Papel de la impresión 3D: ponerse al día con las expectativas en odontología pediátrica

Srujana Aravinda Voleti Sri, Ram Kandregula Chaitanya, Y. Malathi, Krishna M. Madhavi, BS Nikitha, Likitha Musunuri Raga


El auge de la impresión tridimensional ha cambiado la cara de la odontología en la última década. La impresión 3D es una técnica versátil que permite la fabricación de planes de tratamiento totalmente automatizados y a medida, ofreciendo así dispositivos dentales personalizados a los pacientes. Es muy eficaz, reproducible y proporciona resultados precisos de forma asequible. Aparte de su éxito clínico, las técnicas de impresión 3D se emplean en el desarrollo de modelos precisos para la educación dental, incluida la sensibilización de los pacientes. Este ensayo describe la evolución y las tendencias actuales de las aplicaciones de la impresión 3D en diversas áreas de la odontología pediátrica. El objetivo es centrarse en el proceso de la impresión 3D utilizado en el diagnóstico clínico de diferentes afecciones dentales y cómo pueden aplicarse en la odontología pediátrica. También se discute una breve perspectiva sobre las técnicas más recientes de fabricación de objetos impresos en 3D y sus implicaciones actuales y futuras.

Recibido 2/12/2021
Aprobado: 4/02/2022

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