Anyone who needs to get Invisalign braces next year may be pleased to know that they are to become even better thanks to new developments in technology.
The company has announced that its G3 range, set to be launched internationally in 2011, will feature new aligners and a precision cuts option, as well as the ability to treat bicuspids, lower anteriors and upper anteriors.
It is thought that the new adaptations will make it easier for Class II and Class III patients – as well as those performing cosmetic dentistry – by increasing the predictability of tooth movement.
Sheila Tan, spokesperson for the company that creates Invisalign, said: “Invisalign G3 represents a tremendous leap forward in innovation and demonstrates how we leverage our technology to deliver the clinical outcomes doctors expect.”
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Invisalign had teamed up with Twilight’s Booboo Stewart to raise thousands of dollars for the charity America’s Toothfairy.