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Orthodontists can compete to win AcceleDent Optima and an Apple Watch by playing “Time it Right” challenge
HOUSTON (PRWEB) April 17, 2018
Featuring some of the orthodontic industry’s leading international practitioners who have accelerated thousands of cases with AcceleDent®, today OrthoAccel® Technologies, Inc. announced its micro lecture schedule for the 2018 American Association of Orthodontists Annual Session, held at its conference booth #1033. The micro lecture speakers, Drs. Iván Malagón, Jay Bowman, Manal Ibrahim and David Couchat, will discuss case presentations, clinical findings and research that demonstrate how FDA-cleared AcceleDent helps orthodontists build a better orthodontic experience that increases predictability in clinical outcomes, practice efficiency and patient satisfaction.
AcceleDent Micro Lecture Schedule – Booth 1033:
Dr. Iván Malagón– “Supercharge your Aligner Results”
Dr. Jay Bowman – “A View from the Clinical Trenches: Research on the Effects of AcceleDent”
Dr. Manal Ibrahim – “Can I Really Treat This with Invisalign?”
Dr. David Couchat – “Increasing Predictability - Using AcceleDent in Aligner Therapy”
Orthodontists and clinical teams who visit the AcceleDent booth during AAO will also have a chance to win OrthoAccel’s third generation vibratory orthodontic device, AcceleDent Optima, as well as an Apple Watch by participating in the “Time it Right” challenge, an interactive game that involves guessing treatment duration for complex cases.
“Our micro lecture schedule and “Time it Right” challenge are centered on the philosophy that orthodontists view AAO as a valuable time to connect with peers and stay abreast of the latest technologies that help increase practice efficiencies,” said David Josza, OrthoAccel’s CEO. “The OrthoAccel team is looking forward to connecting with orthodontists and demonstrating the many benefits of AcceleDent Optima, including enhanced practice management, improved clinical predictability, reduced aligner refinements, decreased discomfort and accelerated tooth movement.”
AcceleDent Optima is the first and only orthodontic device that directly connects patients and practices through usage monitoring, direct messaging and virtual awards via the HIPAA-compliant AcceleDent App. The device employs the same patented SoftPulse Technology® as its predecessor AcceleDent Aura and is clinically shown in randomized controlled trials to speed up tooth movement during orthodontic treatment by as much as 50 percent while reducing discomfort by up to 71 percent.
To add AcceleDent’s AAO 2018 micro lecture schedule to your calendar and learn more about the speakers, visit acceledent.com/aao2018.
About OrthoAccel® Technologies, Inc.
OrthoAccel® Technologies, Inc. is a privately owned medical device company engaged in the creation, manufacturing, marketing and sales of innovative solutions that enhance dental care and orthodontic treatment. Among the company’s innovations is AcceleDent® Optima™, an FDA-cleared, Class II medical device that employs patented SoftPulse Technology® that produces gentle pulsating forces that are shown to speed up bone remodeling. These safe and gentle vibrations accelerate tooth movement by as much as 50 percent and reduce discomfort associated with orthodontic treatment by up to 71 percent. Leading orthodontists from around the world report increased mechanical efficiency with orthodontic appliances and improved predictability of outcomes with AcceleDent. OrthoAccel, the Leader in Accelerated Orthodontics, has been ranked on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 as one of the fastest growing companies in North America for three consecutive years. OrthoAccel is based in Houston, Texas and maintains a global presence through its EMEA office in Essen, Germany. To learn more about OrthoAccel’s focus on improving the journey to healthy, beautiful smiles, visit AcceleDent.com.
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