Why UltraThineer

Enhancing Smiles with Precision and Artistry

No Prep / No Grinding

UltraThineer veneers are more than 3x thinner than traditional veneers down to below 100 µm thick, eliminating the need for teeth grinding and preparation – delivering more comfortable, and less invasive veneers.

Durability and Strength

Using Zirconia ceramic, the UltraThineer is stronger than a traditional porcelain veneer and is more durable to the normal wear and tear that happens over time.

About Us

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF)

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) the leader in micro-precision 3D printers, has developed the UltraThineer™, the world’s thinnest cosmetic dental veneer powered by BMF’s patented projection micro stereolithography (PµSL) technology. PµSL is a 3D printing technique that allows for rapid photopolymerization of layers of liquid polymer using a flash of UV light at micro-scale resolution, achieving a combination of excellence in three key areas: resolution, accuracy and precision.

Founded in 2016, BMF has offices in Boston, Shenzhen, Chongqing and Tokyo with a research and development center in San Diego.

Early Market Reactions

Discover what our collaborators and dentists have to say about the future of the UltraThineer.

The ability to print ceramics at minimal thickness will be revolutionary. Our current processes for producing minimal prep veneers can be labor-intensive when compared to milled, full coverage crowns in zirconia. Conservative reduction of the patient’s enamel should be practiced whenever possible. I’m looking forward to the start of this new technology, allowing intricate, ultra-thin veneers to be printed. BMF’s advancements and innovation will continue to push the boundaries of dentistry and inspire innovation worldwide.

Jessica Love, Capture Dental Arts

The ultra-thin and strong 3D printed zirconia veneer technology can quickly and painlessly strengthen and protect the surface of teeth, prevent cold acid stimulation and wear, and significantly improve appearance. More importantly, compared to conventional ceramic veneer technology, the entire process of tooth reduction is eliminated.

Professor Sun Yuchun, Peking University School of Stomatology