Dental Resins for guides

I was wondering if anybody here has used Dental SG for printing surgical guides.
My question relates to post-curing these. Do you post-cure them and if yes what do you use?
Is heat necessary??? Or the one probably generated by the UV lamps in a small UV nail thingy would be sufficient?
I have found other solutions (pro type) in the market for post-curing with uv and heat but they are very expensive.
Any input is greatly appreciated.

last week the IDS-Cologne ended.
A friend of mine was talking to the Formlabs guys over there and he was told that you need at least 60°C heat to post-cure the parts. So you definitely need one of the expensive devices to post-cure this special material. Water and/or vacuum on top of the heat would be much better for the parts.

Best regards