CSIRO 3D printing to treat sleep apnoea

A new 3D printed device is set to end the suffering for thousands of sleep apnoea patients. Using a 3D scanner to map a patient’s mouth, CSIRO researchers and Australian dental company, Oventus, can now print a mouthpiece which prevents dangerous pauses in breath during sleep.

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A new 3D printed device is set to end the suffering for thousands of sleep apnoea patients. Using a 3D scanner to map a patient’s mouth, CSIRO researchers and Australian dental company, Oventus, can now print a mouthpiece which prevents dangerous pauses in breath during sleep.

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