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3D tooth printing

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MYFOXNY.COM - Three-dimensional printers are making the time spent at the dentist's office getting a filling or a crown much shorter.

A digital image is taken of the tooth and turned into a crown or filling.

The process takes five to ten minutes.

The 3D tooth costs approximately $1200-$2500 to produce and is generally not covered by insurance companies.
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