Dentistry seems to be the potential breakthrough industry to manifest many 3D printing enthusiasts’ dream of mass customization, point of care delivery, and local manufacturing hub for dental professionals, reducing inefficiency and costs. Over the past several years, 3DHEALS has invited many different stakeholders to share their experiences, ranging from material innovation, software development, to new clinical workflows. Applications ranging from surgical guides, implants, dentures, night guards are among the new applications gaining increasing attention either in the startup world or the industry at large, in addition to the existing billion dollar market of dental aligners. The collective thought is that 3D printing can do more and more in parallel to the maturation of technologies.
Justin Marks, CDT is the Founder and CEO of Arfona Printing, a leader in 3D printing technologies for dental prosthetics. An accomplished dental technician, educator and lab owner, Justin has lectured and taught courses on digital dentistry and removable prosthodontics in more than 40 countries. Since 2008 Justin has dedicated the majority of his career to applying computer aided design and 3D printing technologies to removable prosthodontics and is credited with the invention of the world’s first 3D printed flexible partial denture. Justin holds his board certification as a dental technician in the complete and partial denture specialties and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Pace University with a BBA in marketing and management.
Rick Ferguson DDMD
Dr. Ferguson has been involved in teaching implant dentistry for the last 20 years and has lectured in every major city in the United States as well as internationally. These lecture topics have included treatment planning, case selection, simple and complex surgical placement and restoration, advanced bone grafting and bone graft materials, use of Computed Tomography and surgical guides, management of complications and failures. Dr. Ferguson has placed and restored over 5000 dental implants and maintains a private practice with his wife Dr. Katherine Ferguson in Davie, FL emphasizing dental implants and where they also teach a live surgery course. Dr. Ferguson has been instrumental in implementing implant training programs and hands on bone grafting courses which have been attended by thousands of dentists. More recently Dr. Ferguson has pursued the use of 3D printing to benefit the clinical dental practice and created the Dental 3D printing Facebook group which has almost 15,000 members wordlwide.
Dr. Mayra Vasques is researcher at Univ. of Sao Paulo (Brazil) and founder of iNNOV3D an EdTech company focused on supporting and training teachers and universities for the innovative and efficient use of 3D Technologies in Dentistry. She started in the additive manufacturing field in 2015, during her PhD Fellow at School of Dentistry at the University of Sao Paulo, where she led a project in additive manufacturing for the development of occlusal splints for patients with orofacial pain. Since then, she has published scientific papers and she has been involved in several AM research projects and as panelist in conferences. She is deeply involved in creating a positive and accessible local ecosystem in Brazil for digital technology and AM, working for to build the local community as Latin America Chair at ”Women in 3D Printing” company and Community Manager at “3DHeals”.
Lee Dockstader is engaging with companies to grow additive manufacturing across medical and dental verticals with an emphasis on orthopedic and prosthetic production applications for HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology. Before HP, Lee held several positions during his 18-year career at 3D Systems including VP of Business Development, VP and General Manager of the Stereolithography Products Business Unit and VP and GM of the Asia Pacific region. Before 3D Systems, Lee worked for three years at 3D/EYE Inc, a leading-edge 3D software company as sales and distribution manager. For 11 years he held a variety of sales and marketing positions at Hewlett-Packard. During this period, Lee spent three years as program manager for HP’s Asia mechanical engineering CAD business, based in Hong Kong. Lee attended the West Point Military Academy and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from UCLA.
Dentist at CROIB ODONTOLOGIA
Graduação em Odontologia Universidade de Uberaba/MG (1998). Especialização em Endodontia pela APCD Araraquara/SP (1999). Especialização em Ortodontia IPESP (2008). Invisalgn Doctor – 2009. Desenvolvedor de fluxos digitais em softwares livres para Ortodontia. Ministrador de cursos de Odontologia Digital no Brasil e Exterior (College of Dentistry – University of Florida). CEO da clínica CROIB Odontologia