Ormco launched Ormco Digital Bonding, allowing doctors to streamline workflows and achieve customized bracket positioning.
Ormco Corp announced the launch of Ormco Digital Bonding (OBD), which allows doctors to streamline daily workflow and achieve customized bracket positioning by leveraging Damon Ultima brackets and the Spark Approver Software.
Ormco Digital Bonding is designed to make bracket bonding consistent. In addition, orthodontists can use their digital workflows for all patients and easily make choices across multiple treatment options in the software. OBD also offers increased flexibility to treat patients with even more treatment modalities. The development comes just two months after the introduction of Spark Clear Aligners Release 14, which provided web-based access to the Spark Approver platform, among other benefits.
Key features of Ormco Digital Bonding include:
- One case submission portal for OBD cases and Spark Clear Aligner cases
- Digital treatment planning and digital bracket placement interface with Spark Approver Software provides one easy-to-use software platform for OBD cases and Spark Clear Aligner cases
- Damon Ultima Brackets, the first true full-expression orthodontic system designed for faster and more precise finishing. It is completely re-engineered to virtually eliminate play for precise control of rotation, angulation and torque
With OBD, Ormco has leveraged its premiere orthodontic solutions to provide orthodontists with greater flexibility, more treatment options and a smoother workflow.
”Ormco has a consistent track record of clinically-focused orthodontic innovation and is dedicated to providing doctors with the tools and resources needed to achieve clinical excellence,” said Eric Conley, president of Ormco. “Our latest example is Ormco Digital Bonding which combines the best of our orthodontic solutions in brackets and aligners. We’re excited to provide doctors with yet another modality that increases clinical freedom and flexibility to grow their practices.”
Ormco Digital Bonding is now available in the US and will soon be available in Canada and Australia.
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