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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Commercially used 3D printing materials for interim provisional restoration

Manufacturer Product name Composition Flexural strength (MPa) Certification
Detax GmbH
(Ettilingen, Germany)
FreePrint Temp Photo-polymerized bis-acrylate resin > 100 Class IIa
Not FDA-approved
(Vicenza, Italy)
Temporis Mixture of multi-functional acrylic monomer, esters of acrylic acid 85 - 135 Class IIa
Not FDA-approved
(Dearborn, USA)
E-dent 100 Tetrahydrofurfuryl methacrylate, urethane dimethacrylate, phosphinoxide and multifunctional acrylic resin > 90 Class IIa
E-dent 400 Monomer based on acrylic esters 85 Class IIa
Vertex Dental
(Soesterberg, Netherlands)
Nextdent C&B C&B MFH Methacrylic oligomer 85 - 100 100 - 130 Class IIa
(Santa Clarita, USA)
VeroGlaze, ED620 Acrylic monomer 2-propenoic acid, exo-1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1] hept-2-yl ester, acrylic oligomer 80 - 110 Up to 24h in-mouth
Not FDA-approved
(Daegu, Korea)
Zmd1000B temporary Oligomer-based photopolymer Not provided Class I
(Seongnam, Korea)
Raydent C&B Urethane acrylate polymer, Bismethylene bismethacrylate, 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate > 140 Class IIa

The food and drug administration (FDA) from the United States Department of Health and human services controls and supervises medical devices to determine if they are appropriate for commercial use. Similarly, the European Union (EU) used CE marking on medical devices that comply with EU regulations, enabling the commercialization of the product in the European countries (ISO 13485). 3D-printed provisional materials available on the market are CE-certified and/or FDA-approved. Class I CE certification means the lowest perceived risk. Class IIa CE certification generally constitutes low to medium risk, and these devices area certified to be installed within the body between 60 minutes and 30 days.

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