We are printing occlusal splints with the Dental LT Clear resin on our Form2.
I can’t find any manufacturer recommendations for care of the finished product after washing and curing.
What we need to know is should the occlusal splint be kept in liquid (if so, which) or stored dry.
Does anyone have any official word either from Formlabs or Nexdent (manufacturer of the resin)?
Offtopic but which Offset and undercut settings are you using?
I am using Inlab splint and I’am not yet able to find the settings.
I think the splint should be stored dry after printing.
Please forgive me if these were the instructions you were working from, but the page below walks you through all the steps up until the part goes into the patient’s mouth.
If this isn’t sufficient please let me know and I’d be happy to point you in the right direction from there.
We are also printing splints ourselves here too. Would be great to know how to store the finished product.
Also the Formlabs support article doesn’t mention anything about that so it’s useless for this topic.
Thanks for the reply! You’re absolutely right.
I reached out to our Dental experts and they said that in general the expectation is that the storage time between post-processing and actually being used will be pretty minimal in most cases.
I absolutely understand that that doesn’t quite provide the answers this thread is looking for, but I’ll do my best to get a better answer(whether the splints should be stored in liquid or dry etc) as efficiently as possible and then I’ll update this thread.
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