February 22, 2017 08:30 ET
Align Technology Announces Digital Implant Workflow for Its iTero® Scanners With Nobel Biocare® and Elos Medtech Scan Bodies
Integration Streamlines Prosthetic Workflow for Dental Specialists
SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – February 22, 2017) – Align Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALGN) today expanded workflow options for the iTero® intraoral scanner by announcing the availability of a digital workflow for Nobel Biocare implants. iTero customers can now order Nobel Biocare implant cases through their dental labs. Dental labs can now order NobelProcera® single-unit restorations for their doctors, when using NobelProcera’s open access partnership with Elos scan bodies and 3Shape’s Dental Designer software.
Up to $350,000 Available in Funding for Dental Research and Intraoral Scanner Research
(November 02, 2015: 08:30 AM ET)
Align Technology, Inc.(NASDAQ: ALGN) today announced that it has extended its funding of the Align Research Award Program for a seventh consecutive year for universities in North America and for a sixth year for International universities. The Align Research Award Program is an annually funded program designed to promote clinical and scientific dental research.
“The great enthusiasm with which the Align Research Awards program is received by universities worldwide is evidenced by the yearly increase in the number of applications received. It is extremely rewarding to see the diversity of research topics submitted to the program and an honor for Align Technology to support such excellent research to advance the field of dentistry and the dental profession in general,” stated John Morton; Director, Research and Technology, Product Innovation.
Align Technology Awards $310,000 as Part of Its University Research Award Program 2015 for Orthodontic Therapy and Intraoral Scanners
Published: May 14, 2015 8:30 a.m. ET
SAN JOSE, CA, May 14, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — Align Technology, Inc. today announced awards totaling $310,000 in new funding to four universities in North America and eight international universities for projects seeking to better understand orthodontic treatment and use of intraoral scanners.
“The number of applications for the Research Award Program increased tremendously this year. The topics and quality of the proposals received from around the world are very impressive making the program even more competitive than in previous years. We eagerly await the results of the university research efforts funded by this program as we endeavor to advance the field of clinical orthodontics,” said John Morton, Align Technology director, research and technology.
March 9, 2015
Align Technology Announces Next Generation iTero® Element™ Intraoral Scanner
Significantly Smaller Form Factor and Faster Scan Speed Enhances User Experience
COLOGNE, GERMANY and SAN JOSE, CA — (Marketwired) — 03/09/15 — Align Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALGN) today announced its next generation iTero Element Intraoral Scanner at the 36th International Dental Show in Cologne, Germany. The iTero Scanner is synonymous with high-precision intraoral scanning and this announcement expands Align’s market leading scanning system with improved imaging technology that is designed to enable significantly faster scan speed, accuracy, intuitive operation, and exceptional visualization capabilities. To date, iTero scans have been used in more than 1.2 million restorative crown, bridge, and custom implant cases and more than 1.3 million iTero orthodontic scans, including more than 600,000 Invisalign® scans. The iTero Element Intraoral Scanner is engineered to deliver everything that doctors appreciate about the iTero Scanner but in a more compact footprint with even greater capabilities.