Stories about progress in medicine through 3d printing
College students in Cleveland, Ohio have designed and 3D printed assistive devices for disabled veterans according to their desires.
A partnership incorporates 3D bioprinting and 3D disease models to determine novel treatments for liver disease.
Blizzident is a company improving our oral hygiene by using 3D scanning to create medieval-looking flossers that quickly clean teeth.
A research team from Jagiellonian University are using a desktop 3D printer to create silicone liver models to improve preoperative planning.
Researchers from Saudi Arabia are hoping to speed up how long it takes to straighten teeth by developing 3D printed braces with LED lights and batteries.
Surgeons from Morriston Hospital use 3D printing to create a customized titanium implant for a woman with a jaw tumor.
Occupational therapist, Guy Ehretsmann from PoleErgo, uses 3D printing to create customized objects for patients with mobility disabilities.
International Stem Cell Corporation are using a new 3D bioprinting method to produce 3D liver tissue and help treat liver diseases.
Yona Care is offering a new speculum design, developed using 3D printing, which hopes to make gynecologist trips more enjoyable.
3D printing brain scans could help doctors diagnose and treat brain tumors and has already changed what we know about MS lesions.
Patient-specific neonatal manikins, created using 3D printing and 3D printed molds, help surgeons practice before heading into surgery.
A woman in China received two 3D printed teeth during an operation which was performed entirely by a robot dentist in Xi'an, Shaanxi, province.
Model and artist from Essex suffered from a seizure last year resulting in severe head injuries and the need for a titanium 3D printed plate.
An Australian man is the world first to receive a 3D printed shinbone after developing a bone infection days after his son was born.
BiliScreen is an app and 3D printed device that takes pictures of the eye to measure jaundice and help early detection of pancreatic cancer.
Researchers at UBC Okanagan’s school of engineering are developing 3D printed water quality sensors to ensure what we're drinking is safe.
Disaster Hack is a non-profit startup which is 3D printing and delivering prosthetics to people who need them in Kathmandu, Nepal.