3D printing technology is transforming the field of dentistry. It has cut down the costs and time required for procedures, which used to take weeks and can now be done in mere hours.
While it’s still best to leave orthotics and procedures to professionals, it doesn’t mean that we can’t use 3D printing to make taking care of our teeth less of a chore and more of an enjoyable habit. Here are 3D-printed dental care items to make our teeth strong and healthy.
Don’t you just hate it when your toothbrush cap gets lost in the middle of your travels? You never have to worry about the cap coming loose with this 3D-printed toothbrush travel case. The designer recommends using PLA filament.
For parents who like to keep their kids’ baby teeth for posterity, here’s a case especially made for you. It has many holes to put the teeth in while the bigger hole in the middle can be used to put desiccant in to preserve the teeth. Perfect for trips down memory lane once your kids are all grown.
Love to floss? Here’s a 3D-printed small dental floss holder that you can reuse. It’s also moreeco-friendly as you no longer have to toss out those disposable little picks each time you floss. It also helps you save up on floss by 50%.
This 3D-printed tool will make sure that you get every drop of toothpaste in the tube. This is especially handy with small kids around as it also gives them better control over how much they squeeze out.
Toothbrushing is seen as a tedious task, especially by kids. Make brushing your teeth fun with this Baby Yoda Toothpaste cap. Who wouldn’t laugh at seeing toothpaste come out of Baby Yoda’s mouth?
This 3D-printed toothbrush organiser will keep your bathroom counters clean and clutter-free. It has space for 2 electric toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash, and floss.
With this 3D-printed dental box, you can customise and even print multiple copies so that your braces or dentures will be protected wherever you are. The creator designed it to be heavy-duty so that it won’t easily break in your bag or when dropped.
If you have limited space on your bathroom counter, make sure that your toothpaste takes up the smallest space possible with this 3D-printed attachable stand and cap. It may not fit all sizes of toothpaste tubes so check the dimensions first before printing.
If you or anyone you know is studying to become a dentist, here’s a good 3D-printed dental model to help as a study guide. It’s also a useful tool when teaching little ones how to brush their teeth.
It’s a lot cheaper to buy dental flosses in bulk. But it doesn’t look good to stack them in your cupboards. Organise your stock of dental flosses with this 3D-printed organiser. It uses very little space in the cabinet so you no longer have to worry about them taking up so much space.
Keep your teeth healthy with these 3D-printed dental care items!
Taking care of your teeth can be an enjoyable experience if you’re using fun things created by your 3D printer. For inquiries especially on what filaments to use, contact us by phone, email, or chat.