Orthosnap, which is now partnered with more than 500 dental practices in the United States, works with doctors to provide treatment to patients with mild to severe malocclusions.
Orthosnap announced that it has shipped its one millionth aligner. The company, which is now partnered with more than 500 dental practices across the United States, works with doctors to provide treatment to patients with mild to severe malocclusions. The Orthosnap aligner system is reportedly based on an impression produced physical model and a patented pin movement system that the company maintains allows for more efficient and effective clear aligner therapy.
“Since our mission is to provide patients with a superior aligner solution, it is truly rewarding and affirming each time we ship a new, custom crafted aligner,” said Michael Yoon, president and chief operating officer of Orthosnap. “We are thrilled with the momentum we’re seeing and are excited to be partnering with additional dental professionals each week.”
According to the company, Orthosnap’s patented manufacturing process “delivers more effective teeth alignment than products that rely on 3D printing, which is known for inaccuracies related to printing from the bottom up.” As Orthosnap puts it, its manufacturing process creates aligners that can be up to 140 microns more precise than 3D and this structure is designed to provide markedly better outcomes for patients.
“As an orthodontist, I use traditional braces, but I have recently performed a number of cases using Orthosnap. I see much better results with Orthosnap than with the other clear aligner systems out there in the market that I’ve used,” said Aaron Kohan, DDS, an orthodontist practicing in New York City. “Orthosnap’s support and customer service is also excellent. The principles behind the design and the full body movement of these aligners are very impressive. This product fits well among the solutions I offer at my practice.”