Healthcare 3D printing is the next technology frontier in the healthcare industry. This field has shown its potential in recent years and is the biggest current breakthrough in the healthcare industry. Slowly, 3D printing will evolve into a mainstream medical practice.

That’s according to a new report from Research and Markets, which takes a closer look at several types of 3D printing solutions that have been created to benefit patients across various medical applications, such as developing biocompatible nanotechnologies using 3D printing and in vitro regeneration of ear cartilage, to name just a few.

The report also sheds light on various 3D printing technologies that are currently available and associated materials that can be used for various medical applications, the development of medical devices or organs for various applications at affordable prices, and opportunities expected to open up for various medical applications due to the customizability in design and size afforded by 3D printing.

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