Dental AM

EasyRx integrates Nexa3D’s printers into orthodontic offering

Resulting in a more efficient and streamlined experience for dental labs and practices

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EasyRx, a leader in universal lab prescription, digital workflow, and 3D software for dentists and orthodontists, has entered a collaboration with Nexa3D, a pioneer in 3D printing and digital dentistry. By partnering with Nexa3D, EasyRx now integrates Nexa3D’s additive manufacturing technology into its digital workflow, resulting in a more efficient and streamlined experience for dental labs and practices.

“We are thrilled to partner with Nexa3D, a company committed to advancing digital dentistry. This collaboration not only fulfills the demands of our users for an integrated and high-tech workflow, but also establishes a new standard for patient care by combining our platform with Nexa3D’s 3D printing solutions,” said Todd Blankenbecler, General Manager of EasyRx.

“At Nexa3D we are extremely excited about the collaboration with EasyRx. The innovation and ease of use blend efficiency with an elite experience to empower more users with boundless opportunities for production using the digital ecosystem at EasyRx and the 3D printing platform at Nexa3D,” said Peter Wilkinson, Vice President of Dental Sales in North America for Nexa3D.

With this integration, EasyRx continues its mission of modernizing the entire lab prescription management process for dentists and orthodontists. Dental practices and labs can now minimize manual tasks through a streamlined digital workflow, which allows providers to reduce manual tasks and focus more on delivering quality patient care.

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