Pac-Dent, a renowned dental product and device company, has joined forces with Carbon, a leading 3D printing technology company, to introduce an innovative product called Rodin Sculpture. This Class II medical device has received FDA 510(k) clearance and meets all necessary regulatory requirements for permanent and temporary dental restorations.
Rodin Sculpture is a ceramic nanohybrid resin that boasts over 50% ceramic filler in its formulation. This unique composition allows for insurance reimbursements under the amended ADA insurance codes for 2023, specifically when using this resin to print permanent crowns. The high concentration of true ceramic fillers in Rodin Sculpture also provides excellent radiopacity and maximum fracture resistance for the printed restorations. With six different shades available, corresponding to the Vita shade guide system, and three size configurations, this product offers versatility and customization options.
Pac-Dent, Inc. has been a respected player in the dental industry for over three decades, delivering high-quality, technologically advanced, and innovative products. With expertise in various areas such as preventive care, 3D resins, restoratives, teeth whitening, endodontics, and infection control, Pac-Dent remains at the forefront of the dental field.
Carbon, headquartered in Redwood City, CA, is a prominent 3D printing technology company that empowers businesses to develop superior products and bring them to market efficiently. Their Carbon DLS process combines top-of-the-line printers, advanced software, and high-quality materials to produce functional parts that excel in both performance and aesthetics. This technology enables engineers and designers to create products that surpass expectations, whether for prototyping, low-volume production, or large-scale manufacturing. Serving global organizations, Carbon leverages its reliable production network partners to provide exceptional services.
To learn more about Pac-Dent’s Rodin Sculpture and its applications in dental restorations, interested individuals can visit the company’s official website at https://rodin-3d.com. For further information about Carbon and their cutting-edge 3D printing solutions, it is possible to follow them on social media platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook, or explore their website at https://www.carbon3d.com.