Welcome to Clear Fusion
3D Printed Bands & 3D Printed RPEs
Clear Fusion Lab has revolutionized the conventional approach to orthodontic appliance casting and fabrication by harnessing the power of 3D printing technology. Our primary objective is to collaborate closely with our esteemed doctors, aiding them in minimizing chair time and maximizing profitability. By leveraging our advanced processes, we can craft a superior product while substantially reducing turnaround times
What sets our 3D Printed Bands
and RPEs apart?
- Crafted using cutting-edge 3D printing technology
- Quick turnaround within 7 business days!
- Bands can be applied to any fixed appliance
- Individually tailored to fit each patient precisely
- Thinner and stronger than conventional options
- Simple and hassle-free placement process
- More hygienic than traditionally crafted RPEs
- Saves valuable chair time
- Can be reproduced with the touch of a button
Compare our 3D Printed Bands with Traditional Bands
CFL 3D Printed Bands
Unparalleled precision and customization. Each band is precisely tailored to the patient’s unique dental anatomy, ensuring an optimal fit and minimizing discomfort.
Utilize advanced technology to streamline the manufacturing process. The digital design allows for efficient and accurate production, reducing turnaround times.
Modern materials used in 3D printing provide strength and durability. These bands are less prone to breakage and wear, offering a reliable longterm solution.
The precise fit minimizes the need for frequent adjustments, enhancing patient comfort throughout the treatment process, and saving valuable chair time for our doctors
The long-term benefits and reduced need for adjustments can lead to cost savings.
Come in standard sizes, requiring manual adjustments for a more customized fit. Precision can vary, and adjustments may be needed during treatment.
Involves labor-intensive processes, including manual shaping and adjustments. This results in longer production times and potentially higher costs.
Traditional bands are more susceptible to wear and breakage, especially if adjustments are frequent.
Patients may experience discomfort, especially during manual adjustments. The fit requires more attention to maintain patient comfort and requires more chair time.
Manual adjustments and potential breakages can contribute to increased longterm expenses.