Kulzer Blog

27.03.2024 | 4 min.

Innovation at the forefront: pioneering work in dental restorations

In the field of restorative dentistry, the project InnoPrintIve: Innovative Printing Initiative led by Po-Chun Tseng of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany, has caught the attention of the dental community and received the prestigious Kulzer Start Grant from the DGR²Z (German Society for Restorative and Regenerative Dentistry). What is behind this project that can produce high-fidelity composite restorations printed with Direct Ink Writing technology and has the potential to disrupt the traditional practice of restorative dentistry?

Pioneering work in dental restorations
Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Kunzelmann and Po-Chun Tseng after the award ceremony during DGR²Z conference.
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