Align Technology Inc, San Jose, Calif, has introduced the new Invisalign Go Clear Aligner System integrated with the iTero intraoral scanner for treatment of mild to moderate orthodontic cases, such as crowded or gap teeth that require straightening prior to restorative treatments. According to the company, Invisalign Go Clear Aligner System also incorporates new data-driven protocols for predictable tooth movement and automated case assessments that utilize over 5.5 million Invisalign patients treated to date.

The integration of Invisalign Go with the iTero scanner allows for automated, chairside case assessments and notifications to help guide clinicians’ treatment recommendations and includes a simplified prescription form based upon the patient’s multiple chief concerns. In addition, users have access to automated multiple treatment plans and filters tailored to enable dental professionals to offer solutions for each patient’s unique preferences.

Up to 20 stages of clear aligners are designed to treat an array of pre-restorative alignment and mild to moderate malocclusion with popular features such as configurable interproximal education (IPR) and attachments.

Invisalign Go Clear Aligner System was first launched in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in 2016, and was designed for use by general practitioner dentists.

The new Invisalign Go Clear Aligner System will be available in North America, Australia, New Zealand, and certain country markets in Europe beginning July 1, 2018, and will be available in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, and Thailand beginning August 1, 2018.