Lucitone Digital Dentures Resin vs. Rodin 2.0 Digital Denture Resin



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Our Lab is currently in the process of making the transition from making dentures analog to going digital. We have an Asiga printer we have ordered and also purchased a Phrozen Sonic Mini 8KS. We also purchased an otoflash curing unit.

My question is, what are the pros and cons of the Lucitone Digital Print and Rodin 2.0 denture resins? Which has the better workflow? Which has better value and aesthetics?

Our lab is having trouble deciding between the two. I don't have as much experience with the rodin resins, but I know the dentsply lucitone resins allow for the digital dentures to be repaired, and they don't have to be polished after they are cured, just lather fuse 3 over the whole thing and it works just as well as a polish. The resin also doesn't have to be rolled or stirred like other resins.

These advantages were why we were leaning towards dentsply resin, but we realized we couldn't use the Phrozen printer or the otoflash curing unit with their resin. Which made us reevaluate, maybe it would be better to use Rodin's resin instead, since all of our supplies are compatible with it.

What are your thoughts? Is the new Lucitone Digital Print resin and its workflow worth it?
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