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07 June 2021

SprintRay and SICAT strike up collaboration for guided-surgery software

Katherine E. Pfaff

Dental practice 3-D production system company SprintRay Inc. and 3-D analysis and treatment planning software company, SICAT, have joined in streamlining the guided-surgery workflow. By integrating software to allow for a cleaner transition between planning and printing, the collaboration will make the process simpler for dentists. 

The software integration brings together validation of the workflow and SICAT IMPLANT planning tools so that dental appliances are as accurate as possible. The combined software integration will allow for end-to-end implant management, from scanning, planning, and printing surgical guides to place implants. 

"SprintRay's mission is to simplify the workflows of dental professionals by giving them the tools to control every aspect of treatment, from scan to print to placement. This new integration with SICAT represents another step forward, creating new opportunities for efficiency and further simplifying the workflows of SprintRay customers," said Amir Mansouri, SprintRay CEO. 

About SprintRay

SprintRay is a leader in the dental 3D printing space, combining user-friendly design with highly functional tools for in-office production. 2020 saw the release of the transformational Cloud Design and Protect a Smile initiative, creating a Frictionless Workflow for clinicians. The company sets itself apart with total alignment around one goal: to help dental professionals use 3D printing to revolutionize dentistry.

Source: https://sprintray.com/

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