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3D Printing in Orthopedics: What You Should Know

Posted Aug 27, 2019

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Technology and medicine are often in conjunction with one another - it isn’t uncommon for the medical sphere to take advantage of technological developments to advance care in medical fields of all kinds. It may sometimes take time for certain types of technology to be used for medical purposes, but once it all gets started, the benefits and impact can be very significant. 3D printing is a technology advancing the medical field. Since being integrated into medicine, orthopedic surgeons have been able to use it for new and revolutionary ways to truly make a difference in patient’s lives. Below, we’ll walk you through the basics of how 3D printing is used in orthopedics and the benefits that it can have for both physicians and patients.

How is 3D Printing Used in Orthopedics?

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