The Orthosnap Difference – What It Means for Your Patients
If you’re an Invisalign® provider, you know how popular clear aligner treatments are today—and you know that patients have more options to choose from. A quick search for “alternatives to Invisalign” will bring up several fabricators that dentists can use to provide their patients with a similar product. Some of these businesses are even operating under a direct-to-consumer model, which takes the supervising dentist out of the picture entirely!
All of these competitors have sprung up fairly recently, of course, since the patent rights for Invisalign only expired last year. There is good reason to be wary of using new lower-cost aligner providers. They use what is essentially the same process, yet do not have the many decades of research and case reviews that Invisalign has under its belt, nor the long list of happy customers.
However, if you look carefully at clear aligner providers, you’ll find that there is one system that has been operating since well before 2018. A system that offers a similar product and outcome, but uses a dramatically different process.
How Orthosnap is Different from Other Alternatives to Invisalign
Like Invisalign, Orthosnap has patented its manufacturing process. Our patents were registered in 2011, and in our first three years, we treated over 2000 cases in clinical and marketing trials. What we found in those trials is that Orthosnap can treat a wider range of orthodontic issues at a lower patient cost: our fabrication costs are approximately 30 percent lower than those of Invisalign. Based on our studies, we can state with confidence that, in many cases, Orthosnap is faster and more effective than Invisalign. (See the data yourself by contacting Orthosnap’s inventor, Dr. Yan Pogorelsky at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know of your interest and we’ll send you a doctor log-in for our website.)
The most significant difference between Orthosnap and other aligners is the fact that we don’t use CAD technology to design and print our aligners. This high-tech innovation is excellent for many applications in modern dentistry, but typically limits aligner treatments to relatively simple cases. This is evident in the way that 3D-printed aligners cannot capture angled surfaces. This results in visible striation lines on the aligners. Instead of using CAD, we create moldable models of the teeth, based on upper and lower molds and bite registration. The result is that our aligners fit better, work faster, and can address a broader range of alignment problems. Even complex cases have seen successful transformations with Orthosnap. Our doctors and patients notice the difference in Orthosnap aligners, as well; you hear it in the snap of a perfect fit.
In summary, Orthosnap:
- Uses a unique, patented fabrication method, (not an Invisalign copycat)
- Offers shorter treatment plans; average 6-16 months
- Costs 30 percent less than Invisalign
- Provides a better-fitting aligner, more precise treatment
- Can treat more complex cases than Invisalign
Three Reasons to Learn More About Orthosnap
1 – Increase your bulk of aligner patients. You could be treating more eager patients with clear orthodontics they can actually afford. Patients with severe alignment problems that had previously not qualified for Invisalign may be treatable with Orthosnap, as well.
2 – Reduce costs for your patients. One in three Americans goes without dental care in the U.S. today, and even the insured struggle to cover the out-of-pocket costs of orthodontic treatments. With the aggressive advertising techniques of alternative aligner providers, you may lose part of your market if Invisalign is the only clear aligner system you provide.
3 – The Orthosnap teaching center offers continuing education credit courses in Westbury, NY. Earn credit hours while learning first-hand how Orthosnap is different from other orthodontic aligner systems. You will even have the opportunity to watch our fabrication process in action.
Contact Orthosnap Today and Keep Up with Your Patients’ Needs
The clear aligner industry is changing before our eyes. Having a high-quality/lower-cost alternative to Invisalign can help you (1) better serve the needs of your patient base, and (2) prevent your patients from seeking orthodontic treatments from less-reliable sources. Contact Orthosnap today to learn about our clinical trials and hear what our 200 Orthosnap providers in New York say about the product. Call our office at 516-506-7606 to get started.