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ClearCorrect to unveil range of new products at IDS

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Wed. 8. March 2023


BASEL, Switzerland/COLOGNE, Germany: During  the International Dental Show (IDS), ClearCorrect, the Straumann Group’s flagship orthodontic brand, will launch six new products and features to help clinicians treat complex cases with an enhanced, empowering digital workflow and added support.

“We are looking forward to presenting in person at IDS this March,” said Camila Finzi, executive vice president and head of the company’s orthodontic business unit. “Owing to the pandemic, it’s been three years since we last attended, and while those years were difficult for everyone, we spent our time enhancing our technologies, our products and our user experience to enable dentists to improve their practice efficiencies and patient outcomes,” she continued.

ClearCorrect has evolved its product portfolio since last attending IDS, in 2019, in part thanks to the company’s acquisition by Straumann. In the last year alone, ClearCorrect launched three major versions (3.0, 4.0 and 5.0) of its ClearPilot treatment viewer software and partnered with major intra-oral scanner producers to develop new direct integrations with scanners such as TRIOS (3Shape), Medit and Virtuo Vivo (Straumann). Additionally, ClearCorrect has deployed several enhancements to its portal for dentists, including its clinical preferences feature, which facilitates communication of the user’s preferred treatment approach to the dental technician.

New clinical features such as anterior bite ramps and cut-outs for elastics made 2022 a banner year for the company’s premier aligner. Engineered for precision, comfort and aesthetics, ClearCorrect’s aligners leverage industry-leading ClearQuartz material and a high, flat trim line to help clinicians achieve their orthodontic goals, providing them with greater control over their cases. Further building on the success of its primary product, ClearCorrect released the results of a series of new scientific studies that prove the benefits of its aligner material and design, demonstrating better stain resistance and enhanced control of tooth movement compared with other aligner brands.

The product portfolio has not evolved in a silo: added services and educational offerings have remained paramount to the company’s vision to empower clinicians to grow their practices and change patients’ lives. To drive dentist confidence and practice capabilities, new educational resources have been developed for Ortho Campus, the brand’s comprehensive collection of orthodontic tools and curricula. Additions include the ClearCorrect Clinic app, an in-office patient education tool and three new learning pathways to guide dental professionals and their teams in the expansion of their expertise in clear aligner therapy.

Continuing its trend of accelerated global growth and adoption around the world, ClearCorrect expanded its geographic presence in 2022 by introducing its products into eight new countries and activating new manufacturing lines in Germany and the US. Additionally, the company received approval to commercialise the ClearCorrect aligner system in China, supported by manufacturing and treatment planning sites in the country. With the existing manufacturing site in Curitiba in Brazil, the ClearCorrect system is now manufactured at four sites on four continents.

To learn more about ClearCorrect’s latest advancements, visit the Straumann arena (Booth G080–J089) in Hall 4.2 at IDS.

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