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Snowed in during the infamous Boston blizzard of 2015, Dr. Alfred Griffin III began his research into several recently-published breakthroughs in 3D printing. What he found was game-changing. Based on new developments in the space, he theorized that it might have finally become possible to print a clinically acceptable bracket—something that had never been done before. Three tireless years of research and development later, Dr. Griffin achieved what had once been impossible: a 3D printed bracket made of ceramic polycrystalline alumina. Orthodontists had talked about creating a 100% personalized, fixed appliance treatment for decades. Now, that vision was about to become a reality.Something looks off?