Invisalign interoperability added to OrthoCAD iOC

By DrBicuspid.com staff writers

May 13, 2011 -- Align Technology has qualified Cadent's orthodontic full-arch scanning process for use with Invisalign treatment. Interoperability with Invisalign will be available on the OrthoCAD iOC system with the latest software version iOC 4.0.

Invisalign customers with iOC systems can begin submitting 3D digital scans in place of physical impressions beginning May 16, 2011. Align is in final beta testing with the Cadent iTero 4.0 scanning software and expects to announce interoperability for iTero scanner customers this summer.

OrthoCAD iOC and iTero capture the contours of the patient's dentition, gingival structures, and bite without the use of powder, resulting in an accurate digital orthodontic scan in minutes, the company said. The new iOC 4.0 software features a simplified graphical user interface and application tools including connectivity to the Invisalign Doctor Site, providing orthodontists with expanded features to ensure accurate digital impressions for Invisalign treatment.

Current OrthoCAD iOC customers can upgrade to iOC 4.0 and begin submitting 3D digital scans in place of physical impressions through the Invisalign Doctor Site as part of the Invisalign case submission process.


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