ClearPilot is designed to give clinicians greater visibility and responsive control as they review and approve their ClearCorrect aligner cases. 

ClearCorrect, a Straumann Group brand, launched ClearPilot—a new digital treatment tool that is intended to give providers enhanced visibility, and responsive control as they review and approve their ClearCorrect clear aligner cases. 

According to the company, the upgraded web-based platform expands on the tools that providers can use to create personalized treatment plans for patients. ClearCorrect calls ClearPilot an “evolution” of its design tools, providing users with easy-to-access comments and technician notes, prescription details all in one place for side-by-side comparison, treatment overview, movement table, superimposition, and millimeter grids. 

“ClearPilot is an innovative advancement in ClearCorrect clear aligner treatment, offering enhanced convenience and tools that meet providers’ needs,” said Artem Borovinskikh, global head of ortho software technology for Straumann Group Orthodontics.  “We’re proud to offer an enhanced web-based functionality that ensures our providers receive the latest updates without having to download or upgrade patches.”

The ClearPilot platform reportedly was developed by prioritizing feedback from clinicians, giving providers the option to easily share the treatment animation directly with their patients to enhance patient communication.

“The platform has made it easy to see so many case details in one place,” said Dr Mark Lowe, ClearCorrect provider and orthodontist, who has been part of the user testing. “I’m glad that ClearCorrect prioritized the needs of clinicians in the development of ClearPilot, and the fact that it is oriented towards making our jobs easier is evident in every aspect of the program.”

READ MORE: Orthodontic Products recently talked to Camila Finzi, executive vice president of orthodontics at Straumann Group to learn about the company’s plans for the ClearCorrect brand and new offerings within that brand, including ClearPilot and ClearQuartz.