Candid has added more clear aligner treatment planning features to the CandidPro platform through an integration with SoftSmile Vision software.

Candid, creator of the CandidPro orthodontic platform, has launched an extended set of clinical features powered by SoftSmile’s Vision software to bring doctors a more comprehensive, clear aligner treatment planning experience.

The new features complement CandidPro’s recently announced collaboration with Philips Sonicare. According to the company, the rapid product expansion is designed to position CandidPro as a genuine challenger to legacy clear aligner brands.

“This next generation of clinical enhancements gives providers exactly what they want from a clear aligner platform,” said Tony Morefield, Candid’s chief operating officer. “With more treatment modalities and more control over cases, we believe CandidPro doctors will be more equipped than ever to efficiently and effectively serve their patients.”

CandidPro doctors can now incorporate IPR, attachments, bite ramps, and customizable treatment preferences into their treatment plans thanks to an integration with SoftSmile’s Vision software. CandidPro is giving doctors even more clinical control this year with cutouts for elastics and robust 3D controls.

“We’re putting more power in the hands of our providers while continuing to offer streamlined tools and support for complex cases,” said Brian Gray, DDS, Candid’s chief dental officer. “Ultimately, we’re offering providers more choices based on their comfort level or the complexity of a case.”

These features add to CandidPro’s robust product offering that includes fully-calibrated patient monitoring (CandidMonitoring) and engagement (CandidApp), white-glove service, and highly precise appliance technology.

“At the heart of these enhancements to the CandidPro platform is our complete dedication to our providers and the dental community,” said Nick Greenfield, Candid’s chief executive officer. “Our sights are set on becoming the practitioner’s choice for clear aligners, and that starts by empowering them with the tools they need to treat their patients confidently.”

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