The StarAlignersPro clear aligner program is designed to help orthodontists treat patients with mild to moderate aligner cases.
The StarAlignersPro clear aligner program designed to treat mild to moderate aligner cases is now available in 21 states.
Created by a 30-year orthodontic professional and four orthodontic board members, the product is designed to expand an orthodontist’s patient offerings by offering a quick and affordable solution aligner treatment option.
The brand introduced their solution for patients who may need a small tune-up and for orthodontists that may be missing out on patients with mild to moderate alignment problems. The product lineup includes a 3D customized smile summary, aligner kits, whitening foam, and Star Essix retainers for after treatment care.
“Being able to integrate mild aligner cases into our everyday practice has opened up a whole new group of customers for us,” said Ronald Redmond, chairman of StarAligners. “We’re able to treat teenagers, and their parents who are looking for a smile tune-up. We wanted to bring these advancements to other practices, so that they can too.”
According to the company, StarAlignersPro is designed to give orthodontists more control and flexibility for more predictable and efficient treatment planning using the Star Portal case management system. While StarAlignersPro focuses on patient care, the company seeks to improve the orthodontist experience by removing the stress and cost of manufacturing aligners in-house.
“Our product was truly created by orthodontists for orthodontists, to help remove the cumbersome experience of manufacturing traditional aligners and improve aligner case starts,” said Reid Greenberg, chief executive officer of StarAligners. “To participate, our partners take part in a seamless onboarding experience, which allows them to join a network of like-minded, orthodontists and drive more revenue for their overall practice growth.”
StarAlignersPro offers 3D custom aligners made of Zendura FLX, a clear aligner material reported to have a higher sustained force for predictable tooth movement. According to StarAligners, these materials give orthodontists more control in case planning and lower treatment time, with results seen in just 3 to 6 months for mild to moderate treatment.
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