DWS - DFAB: the waiting is over. Class IIa restorations within 20 minutes



DFAB® is a 3D printer developed for dentists and prosthodontists with the purpose of increasing the efficiency and reducing the number of procedures for the production of dental prosthesis. It allows to produce up to five-element bridges in less than 20 minutes.

The innovation behind this is the Photoshade technology, a system that reproduces the colour of the patient’s teeth, as well as shades, giving the prosthesis a natural appearance.

Starting from an .stl file, elaborated after an intraoral scan, the user selects colours and shades of the restoration through the software. The colours can be selected in a range between A1 and A3.5 of the Vita*1 scale; as a result, the finished product obtained is customized.

DFAB® is an integrated system with disposable cartridges containing Temporis®*2, the Class IIa biocompatible material. Recent studies and tests on this material have shown mechanical strength values that are comparable to a well-established restorative resin material made of hybrid composite*3. The cartridges are ready to use and conceived to maintain the workplace hygiene, avoiding the risk of accidental leakage and contamination. Compared to the traditional systems, the disposable cartridge allows an easy material change and prevents unnecessary cleaning and maintenance of platform and resin tank.

With a 40-micron laser spot, DFAB® ensures an accurate fitting and a correct occlusion. The high speed printing guarantees a twenty-minute building time of a five-element bridge, providing a treatment that could be completed in a single visit, without the involvement of external dental labs.

DFAB® has a minimal and modern design that adds value to the dental clinic. DFAB® does not produce any noise or dust and does not require tooling. It is available in desktop and chairside version with a 7’ touch-screen computer.

The software interface is intuitive: once the file is imported, the user is guided till the print launch with the best user experience.



  1.  Trademarks property of their respective owners.
  2.  The polymer is to be considered a long-term invasive medical device in Class IIa as provided for by the Rule 5, Annex IX, Dir. 93/42/EEC.
  3. Alharbi, Nawal, Reham Osman, and Daniel Wismeijer. “Effects of build direction on the mechanical properties of 3D-printed complete coverage interim dental restorations.” The Journal of prosthetic dentistry 115.6 (2016): 760-767.


DFAB® Chairside and DFAB® Desktop Version






Restoration realized by DFAB in Temporis® material with Photoshade System








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