SprintRay Inc., an industry leader in digital dentistry and dental 3D printing solutions, has officially opened their new LA-based global headquarters. Located inside the more than 40,000 sq. ft. space is SprintRay’s state-of-the-art training facility for dentists learning the latest innovations in 3D printing, to reduce manufacturing times, open new treatment options, and bring digital dentistry to the masses. SprintRay is the only dental technology company that compresses time and maximizes efficiently chairside.
SprintRay’s revenues have tripled over the past few years, and the company continues to hire employees to meet the growing demand for dental 3D printing.
This facility will be home to some of the company’s new employees as they continue to grow-from 45 employees in 2020 to more than 200 in the US, 30 in Germany and 250 in China today. The facility will also add jobs and opportunity to the LA community. The COVID-19 landscape has also brought to light the need for these new digital technologies, including innovations which give dentists the ability to digitally to manufacture custom dental products in office, quickly, and cost effectively.
“We are very proud of the progress we have made, transforming the digital dentistry space,” said SprintRay CEO and Co-Founder Amir Mansouri, Ph.D. “Our growth is a testament to our dedication and commitment to the dentistry industry, by bringing affordable, easy, in-office manufacturing to every dental practice in the world.”
This transformative growth comes on the heels of SprintRay announcing eight-time Olympic gold Medalist, Usain Bolt, as their Global Brand Ambassador late 2021, and his commitment to expand access to quality dental care globally. Bolt and SprintRay are also collaborating with the Jamaican Dental Association to invest in the launch of “Bolt Labs, powered by SprintRay” – an initiative with a mission to make world-class digital dental care accessible to Jamaica.
The SprintRay Foundation, in partnership with Bolt Foundation, will establish dental clinics, including 3D dental labs and a mobile unit, which will further address the critical dental needs of both adults and children, as well as those located in more remote areas of Jamaica.
The partnership exemplifies SprintRay’s mission to improve dental care quality and delivery times through technological innovation.
SprintRay is a dental technology company that builds end-to-end 3D printing ecosystems for dental professionals. SprintRay designs and manufactures user-friendly and cutting-edge manufacturing solutions including dental 3D printers, 3D printing software, curing technology, washing systems, and innovative materials. Dental care providers can deliver best-in-class care by leveraging SprintRay’s highly-specialized, affordable technologies.
For more information, visit www.sprintray.com.
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