Three new resins from Carbon are reported to help dental labs diversify offerings and streamline workflows.

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Three new resins released by Carbon have been meticulously tested and validated for use with Carbon’s printers, making a significant contribution to Carbon’s dental materials portfolio, the company said in a release.

Carbon said the launch is part of its effort to facilitate and support innovation in the dental industry, empowering labs to diversify their production capabilities and explore new applications. The new resins on Carbon’s platform include Rodin Sculpture, Desktop Health Flexcera Base, and Keystone KeyGuard.

Carbon’s platform is said to offer more versatility with these validated resins, developed by prominent industry partners.

“With the introduction of these new resins, dental labs can look forward to improving their workflow efficiency and product offerings while providing customers with the latest in dental care advancements,” said Carbon CEO and Co-Founder Philip DeSimone, in the release. “Each resin will unlock new opportunities for dental labs and further highlight Carbon’s unwavering dedication to facilitating dental industry innovation through advanced, best-in-class resins.”

Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture Resin, developed for modern dental restorations, is said to introduce a new “all-on-x solution” for long-term provisionals on the Carbon platform. The resin promises premium precision, aesthetics, and strength. It is noteworthy for being the first in Carbon’s lineup that is FDA 510k-cleared for all-on-x temporary dental appliances. It offers a nano-hybrid ceramic formulation for life-like permanent restorations. It is also the first permanent crown material to contain more than 50 percent ceramic filler, meeting requirements for updated ADA insurance code reimbursements (D2740, D2630, D2644), the company said.

Desktop Health Flexcera Base is described as “the latest innovation in denture base materials.” The resin is designed for creating high-impact denture bases, combining optimal fracture resistance with excellent aesthetic quality. Both Flexcera Base and Flexcera Smile Ultra+ are FDA-cleared, ensuring that dental labs can confidently offer reliable permanent and temporary solutions to their customers, according to the release.

Keystone Industries KeyGuard is a material crafted for high-quality, custom-fit mouthguards. It offers dental professionals the opportunity to design sports mouthguards digitally, with custom variable wall thicknesses to provide comfort and protection to the end user.

The new materials are available for order, with comprehensive support and training available from Carbon, the company said.