When we think of advances in digital dentistry, 3D printing is at the top of the list. Many companies have entered the field, but only a few have stood out as leaders that changed the ways other companies create their product. Once such company is Keystone Industries. Makers of finger nail acrylics, they hired a lawyer that saw potential. Ira Rosenau admittedly knew nothing about dental. With a lot of hard work, education from friends in the industry, and a lot of smart scientist, Ira brought KeySplint to market. Ira talks freely about what it take to create, design, test, and validate a printed splint material that has forever set the bar for what patients, doctors, and labs need.