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Jun, 06 2024

Leading Companies Shaping the Future of Dental 3D Printing Market

Dental 3D printing is revolutionizing the field by enabling the precise fabrication of personalized dental implants. Utilizing digital designs, this technology creates implants tailored to individual patient anatomy, enhancing fit and functionality. This customization not only improves patient comfort but also reduces surgery time and enhances long-term outcomes compared to conventional implants. Furthermore, 3D printing facilitates rapid prototyping and iterative design refinement, fostering innovation in implant materials and geometries. Consequently, the global dental 3D printing market is pivotal in advancing dental care, offering efficient, accurate, and patient-centric solutions for oral health needs.

The Global Dental 3-Dimensional (3D) Printing Market valued at USD 2.50 billion in 2022 is projected to reach 15.98 billion by 2030 and will grow at a CAGR of 26.10% during the forecast period of 2023-2030.

Below are the Top Dental 3-Dimensional (3D) Printing Companies with a Significant Market Share:




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A leading provider of additive manufacturing solutions, Stratasys offers a range of 3D printing technologies suitable for dental applications. Their systems enable the production of dental models, surgical guides, and prosthetics with high accuracy and detail. Stratasys' dental solutions emphasize efficiency and versatility, catering to both labs and clinics.

  • J700 Dental 3D Printer
  • J720 Dental 3D Printer
  • Origin One Dental
  • J5 DentaJet 3D Printer

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In December 2021, Stratasys Ltd. announced the launch of Stratasys Origin One Dental. The new printer is powered by a proprietary print technology called P3 Programmable PhotoPolymerization. The printer offers an open material infrastructure that supports a variety of applications. This product launched by the company has increased its sales and demand in the dental market, leading to increased revenue in the future.


3D Systems, Inc.

Another major player in the 3D printing industry, 3D Systems, provides advanced solutions for dental applications. Their portfolio includes 3D printers, materials, and software tailored for dental labs and practices. 3D Systems' technologies enable the production of dental implants, crowns, bridges, and orthodontic devices with precision and reliability.

  • NextDent 5100
  • DMP-Flex 200
  • ProX 800 for Dental
  • DMP Dental 100
  • ProJet MJP 2500 Plus for Dental

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In February 2022, 3D Systems, Inc. announced that it had entered into a partnership with Saremco Dental AG to enhance its digital dentistry material portfolio. The company will combine its NextDent 5100 3D printer with Saremco’s CROWNTEC material to open up a new range of applications. The partnership has helped the company to expand its business.



Formlabs specializes in desktop stereolithography (SLA) and selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printers. While not exclusively focused on dental applications, Formlabs' printers are widely used in the dental industry to produce accurate dental models, surgical guides, and temporary crowns. Their user-friendly systems appeal to dental professionals seeking affordable and accessible 3D printing solutions.

  • Form 3B+
  • Form 3BL
  • Model Resin
  • Draft Resin
  • Surgical Guide Resin

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In February 2022, Fromlabs announced that it had entered into a partnership with Medit to streamline 3D printing in the dental industry. The company announced that it will address the barriers to make the technology more accessible. This partnership will help the company to combine the 3D printing and scanning technologies of Medit and Formlabs and thus making 3D printing chairside in dental offices.


Kulzer GmbH

Kulzer is a dental company that offers a range of products and services, including CAD/CAM materials and equipment for dental laboratories and clinics. Their 3D printing solutions encompass resin-based systems for fabricating dental models, crowns, and bridges. Kulzer emphasizes innovation and quality to meet the evolving demands of the dental market.

  • cara Print 4.0 pro
  • cara Print Clean pro
  • cara Print LEDcure
  • HiLite power 3D

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In July 2017, Kulzar GmbH announced the launch of Cara Print 4.0, a 3D printer that is capable of printing a wide range of dental appliances for dental applications. The company said that the digital light projection technology makes cara 4.0 quicker and more accurate than laser light technology. This has helped the company to increase its product portfolio.


Carbon, Inc.

Carbon is known for its Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology, which enables high-speed, high-resolution 3D printing with a variety of materials. While Carbon serves multiple industries, including healthcare, its technology has gained traction in the dental sector for producing durable and accurate dental prosthetics. Carbon's approach focuses on scalability and production-grade capabilities, appealing to dental labs and manufacturers seeking efficient manufacturing solutions.

  • M2 3D Printer
  • L1 3D Printer
  • L1 3D Printer
  • M1 3D Printer

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In January 2022, Carbon, Inc. announced the launch of next generation range of DLS 3D printers. The company announced that the next generation printers provide an advanced end to end idea to the production platform when combined with Carbon designed engine and Carbon DLS material. The launch of new products has helped the company to increase its portfolio.


The dental 3D printing market, companies such as Stratasys, 3D Systems, Inc., Formlabs, Kulzer GmbH, and Carbon, Inc. stand out as key players driving innovation and shaping the future of dental care. Their diverse range of technologies and solutions cater to the evolving needs of dental professionals, offering precision, efficiency, and customization in the fabrication of dental implants, prosthetics, and other oral healthcare devices. As these companies continue to push boundaries in materials science, software development, and manufacturing processes, the dental industry is poised for further transformation, promising improved patient outcomes and enhanced treatment options.

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