Attention Dentists…
If you’re not implementing 3D printing in your clinic…

You’re falling behind.

The absolute best time for dentists to learn 3D printing is now!

The dental industry is going through a digital revolution. Previously, intraoral scanning was the must-have technology that massively changed clinical workflows around the world.

Now, 3D printing is taking the industry by storm.

 If you are not beginning to migrate to an in-house workflow that features 3D Printing - you risk being left behind by your peers.

What’s included in iDD’s 3D Printing Bundle?


Dental 3D Printing Workflows: Hardware, Software, and Materials

This is an introductory course for any dentist that wants to implement 3D printing into their practice. The perfect get-started guide. Learn how to invest in the right equipment and everything you need to consider before jumping into 3D printing.

  • Learn everything you need to know to get started with 3D Printing.
  • Understand what other equipment you need to purchase with your 3D printer.
  • Ensure predictable results with proper cleaning and curing techniques.
  • Learn the most predictable ways to print models, crowns, splints, and surgical guides.
  • Find out about all the different applications that you can use 3D printing for in your practice.
  • Troubleshoot common problems, including printing or post-processing failures.

Fundamentals of 3D Printing in Clinical Practice

Learn about the fundamentals of 3D printing and how to implement it in your daily practice. Experienced prosthodontist Dr Michael Scherer goes over clinical applications and pros and cons of common printers on the market.

  • Discover how your practice will benefit from a digital workflow.
  • Learn about types of 3D printers and materials suitable for dentistry.
  • Evaluate the manufacturing options so they suit your clinical needs.
  • Explore the clinical applications of 3D printed prosthodontics.
  • Learn the pros and cons of popular 3D Printers on the market.
  • Make an informed investment choice in the right printer for you.

3D Printer Technology Overview

Upskill yourself on the basics of 3D printing for your dental clinic. In this course we explore the different types of printers available, the different printing technology with pros and cons for each, and the various applications of 3D printing.

  • What is 3D Printing?
  • The different dental applications of 3D Printing.
  • Learn about the different types of 3D Printers.
  • Learn the difference between SLA and DLP printers etc.
  • Learn how to apply 3D Printers in your dental office or lab.
  • Compare popular 3D printers on the market to guide your investment decision.

Digital Implant Workflows for Predictable Results

When choosing CAD/CAM technologies for your practice, find out everything you need to know - what, why, and how as Dr. August de Oliveira will introduce you to all the current CAD/CAM tools you might consider if you’re upgrading your general practice.

  • Learn the difference between 3D printing technologies and how to use them in dentistry.
  • Understand how to make clear aligners in-house.
  • Learn the benefits of guided implant dentistry.
  • Restore implants digitally - an overview from a single crown to All-on-X.
  • Learn from a dentist: practical applications of CAD/CAM in general dental practice.

3D Printing & Guided Implant Surgery - Everything You Need to Know from Scanning, Printing to Implant Placement

3D printing is not just a 3D printer, it’s a whole ecosystem with dedicated workflows. Dr. Ahmad Al-Hassiny will teach you everything you need to know about 3D printing and how to implement it within your implantology workflow for a stress-free surgery with predictable results. Everything you learn today is applicable to any brand, despite Dr Al-Hassiny using Formlabs Form 3B+ 3D printer in this example. If you’re placing implants, you will benefit from this. This live webinar replay has been edited and optimised for your viewing convenience.

  • Plan your implant treatments in-house and save on lab bills.
  • Embrace the benefits of digital dentistry for stress-free and accurate implant placements.
  • Troubleshoot common issues you will encounter with 3D Printing.
  • Cleaning and curing matters - the importance of proper post-processing workflows.
  • Understand the entire process from planning, printing to placing

Bonus Courses

For a limited time, your bundle will also include the following:

How to Design an Anterior Crown
In this course we go over the key tips and tricks when designing an anterior crown. Exocad software is used but these principles can be applied to any CAD software. Learn how to design an anterior crown that will fit perfectly and is aesthetic!

ZBrush: an alternative CAD software
Learn about the 3D sculpting software called ZBrush, and how it can be applied for dental purposes in this introductory lecture with Dr Paul Zhivago.

How to Design a Bridge: Key Considerations, Tips & Tricks
Learn the bridge CADCAM design workflow from start to finish. Understand treatment planning principles and different bridge types. You will learn key aspects of making a functional and aesthetic bridge with various tips and tricks, incl case examples

Exocad for Beginners - Tools and Workflow
Want to learn how to use exocad? Watch this comprehensive course to learn how to set up and use exocad for your cases. It is an extremely powerful CAD software and one of the best options on the market right now.

Introduction to 3Shape Dental System
Get familiar with Dental System, a laboratory CAD software by 3Shape. Mike Kharkrang, an experienced dental technician, will guide you through Dental System's interface, tools, and workflows.

3D Printing is inevitable… so why aren’t more dentists learning about it?

3D printing is still in its infancy - which is great news for you! Anyone who jumps in now and takes full advantage of 3D printing will separate themselves from the rest of the dental industry.

However, much like any new technology, dentists are still hesitant to implement it in their clinics. We’ve spoken to a number of dentists and asked them why they’re uncertain about 3D printing - we usually hear the same things: 

"3D printing seems too technical for me."

"I don’t have any experience with 3D printing and I’m nervous to start."

"Moving production in-house worries me."

"I don’t really understand the benefits of it - is it even worth learning about it?"

"I’m unsure of what I can actually use my 3D printer for."

"I have no idea what 3D printer is right for me."

"I know I should start 3D printing in my clinic, but I have no idea how it works, what workflow to use, and there’s very little information out there that’s specific to dentistry. "

Luckily, our 3D printing training bundle answers all these questions and more. 

Once you’ve finished the series of lectures, you’ll be confident implementing 3D printing in your practice.

How can 3D Printing help your dentistry?

start an in-house workflow


3D Printing opens up a world of possibilities for you and allows you to migrate to an in-house workflow.

print various restorations


You can also print various restorations, such as temporary restorations, All on X restorations, and full arch crown restorations.

Make your own guides & splints


Even with just a basic understanding, you can make your own surgical guides and splints for much cheaper.

Print occlusal sprints and dentures


You can also work towards printing occlusal sprints and dentures - it all depends on how far you want to go.

save tons of money


Eliminate 50% of your lab bill by creating your own splints and surgical guides in-house.

the way of the future


An in-house workflow is the way of the future - 3D printers are much cheaper than a milling machine ever will be.

Who will benefit from learning 3D printing?

  • Dentists
  • Dental Technicians
  • Dental Assistants
  • Your patients will get a higher standard of care, much faster.

How much money will I save if I switch to in-house 3D Printing?

According to course lecturer Andrew Ip, the savings alone are worth considering 3D printing.

  • Splints - $10 - 20 vs $150 - $250 from a lab.
  • Surgical guides - Approx $75 vs $250 from a lab.
  • Clear aligners -  Approx $$1,500 vs $3,500 from Invisalign.

The total savings on lab fees vary, but you can expect to save over 50% on what you’re spending now. 

Start Learning 3D Printing Today and Revolutionise Your Practice! 

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny

Digital Dentist and CAD/CAM Educator

Here’s what your dentistry will look like after learning 3D printing:

You’ll be saving massive amounts of money on lab fees.

You’ll be quickly printing splints, surgical guides and dentures and providing them to your patients in less than a week.

Moving just some of your workflow in-house will streamline your dentistry and give you total control - no more waiting for the lab to get back to you or sending back an incorrectly made prosthetic.

You can print restorations for full mouth rehab cases, enabling you to print 14 temporary crowns in about 30 minutes. Much faster, cleaner and more efficient than using bis-acryl temporary materials directly in the mouth.

By getting into 3D printing now, you’ll be ahead of the curve and able to offer your patients customised solutions.

You are Fully Protected by Our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee.

I am confident that you will love our 3D Printing Bundle, if you purchase the Bundle and are not satisfied with the quality or content of the training, then let me know within 30 days of your purchase and I will refund you in full. 

No questions asked.

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny

Founding Director of the Institute of Digital Dentistry

To Summarise:

Purchasing this bundle gives you lifetime access to online 3D printing training plus any other courses we release in this bundle.

3D printing is the next wave in the digital revolution, anyone who neglects it could risk falling behind their peers.

3D printing will allow you to move your workflow in-house and save massive amounts on your lab bill.

You will take total control of your dentistry and print your own splints, surgical guides, aligners and temporaries.

If you’re not satisfied with your purchase after 30 days, you can request a refund - no questions asked.

If you have any questions about the Bundle, you are more than welcome to contact our support team at