Company’s global launch features innovations made to its Premier Aligner product and supporting software, including the Doctor Portal, and ClearPilot™ treatment viewing platform.
Clear aligner solutions provider ClearCorrect® has launched a series of new orthodontic solutions and innovations to the global market.
The Round Rock, Texas-based company is working to elevate dental and orthodontic practices, allowing clinicians to achieve their desired treatment results for an expanded group of treatable patients. ClearCorrect supports clinicians in their treatment of malocclusion, and these latest offerings feature key updates made to the Premier Aligner, Digital Workflow, and Practice Growth offerings.
“ClearCorrect® is thrilled to launch these new solutions and features globally. Our latest wave of innovations allows clinicians to treat more complex cases, and we will continue to work together in partnership with clinicians to bring healthier, more confident smiles to patients,” Laura Sterling, Head of Global Marketing and Education, says in a press release.
Partner Support, Clinical Excellence
In an effort to further strengthen its partnership with clinicians, ClearCorrect is making more resources and tools available to practices and their teams through the Practice Growth Offering, a newly assembled suite of marketing, education, and business resources designed to empower clinicians and staff to grow their practice together and convert patients to ClearCorrect with confidence.
Combining clinical expertise, with a commitment to education and a dedication to top-tier support, the company offers clinicians a partnership in orthodontics designed to help them unlock the potential of their practice, and ultimately their patients’ lives.
Improved Clinical Confidence
A pair of 2 new ClearControl™ Clinical Features introduced are designed to empower clinicians to treat more patients. Optimized and patented* for the ClearCorrect® system, Posterior Bite Ramps feature an innovative 3-arch design that will enable the treatment of crossbite cases.
Also, the next generation of Engager Template has been unveiled and it is said to enable a more efficient and precise engager placement. Featuring a thinner and more flexible material and a low and flat trimline, this new Engager Template is expected to begin rolling out in November, according to the company.
Additionally, 3 optimized solutions have also been launched globally to improve the integrated and intuitive software platforms—continuing ClearCorrect’s commitment to clinical digitalization and efficient digital workflows.
The new Active Aligner Case Upgrades feature delivers increased flexibility to clinicians designed to meet individual patient needs. This differentiating feature is designed to give clinicians the option to easily upgrade plans at any time during treatment directly in the Doctor Portal. The Doctor Portal has also been revamped with a New Homepage, including an improved dashboard and optimized case list, that adapts to any practice workflow and allows users to easily organize and manage their clear aligner business.
ClearPilot™ 7.0 provides clinicians more control over their treatment plans and includes features that make for a more efficient treatment planning experience. It uses visualization tools like Bite Jump Simulation, advanced editing tools for arch adjustment, additional ClearControl Clinical Feature controls, and user interface improvements to simplify building and evaluating treatment plans.
Since being acquired by Straumann Group in 2017, ClearCorrect has significantly accelerated its software and product development activities, solidifying its position as a leader in clear aligner manufacturing and distribution, the company states. All of the recently launched innovations have been developed in collaboration with clinicians, helping to elevate their practices to achieve their full potential.
The Straumann Group is a global leader in tooth replacement and orthodontic solutions. The company unites global and international brands in replacement, corrective, and digital dentistry including Anthogyr, ClearCorrect, Dental Wings, Medentika, Neodent, NUVO, Straumann, and other fully or partly owned companies and partners.
* Patent Pending