In addition to revenues at a record $1.016 billion, the company reported that imaging systems and CAD/CAM services revenues were up 57.3% over 2020 and 5% from Q2. 

Align Technology Inc announced that revenues were up, as it shared its third quarter financial results. Total revenues for Q3 2021 were $1.016 billion, up 0.5% sequentially and 38.4%  year-over-hear. While clear aligner revenues were down 0.4% sequentially at $837.6 million, they were up year-over-year at 34.9%. Imaging systems and CAD/CAM services meanwhile reported record revenues, according to the company. Imaging systems and CAD/CAM services revenues were $178.3 million, up 5.0% sequentially and 57.3% year-over-year. 

The company reported that clear aligner volume was was 655,100 cases, down 1.6% sequentially and up 32.1% year-over-year. For the Americas, clear aligner volume was up 0.7% sequentially and 36.4% year-over-year. For international regions, clear aligner volume was down 4.3% sequentially and up 27.0% year-over-year. Clear aligner volume for teens was 206,000 cases, up 13.8% sequentially and 26.6% year-over-year.

“I’m pleased to report strong third quarter results with revenue growth of 38.4% year over year—on top of a record third quarter last year—driven by strength across all regions, customer channels, and products. For Q3 we shipped to a record 85.5 thousand doctors in the quarter and reached 11.6 million Invisalign patients cumulatively,” said Joe Hogan, Align Technology president and CEO. “On a sequential basis, Q3 results reflect continued adoption of iTero scanners and increased utilization of Invisalign clear aligners in the Americas and APAC regions, as well as growth in the Teen segment, especially in the North America orthodontist channel. Our third quarter revenues reflect the growing confidence of doctors and patients with Invisalign treatment, iTero scanners and exocad software, as more doctors discover the benefits of digital treatment and transform their practices with the Align digital platform.”