1. Some Doctors still take physical impressions using a soft putty. These impressions are then scanned by Invisalign technicians to create the 3D image for use in the ClinCheck® software and manufacturing aligners.
  2. Based on mild to moderate malocclusion (defined as crowding and spacing up to 6mm, and overjet and overbite up to 6mm and assuming one week wear), treatment times vary depending on invisalign® product type, wear time, case complexity and must be determined by your doctor. Data on file at Align™ Technology, as of September 9, 2020.
  3. Based on a survey of n=2,752 Invisalign® doctors who were asked, how much do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Invisalign® is the world’s most advanced digital orthodontic treatment system.” Doctors were surveyed in the USA, Canada, UK, Brazil, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, China, Japan, and ANZ. Data on file at Align™ Technology, as of July 10, 2020.
  4. Data on file at Align™ Technology, June 30,2022
  5. Invisalign® Virtual Appointment and Invisalign® Virtual Care were made available in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and government-imposed restrictions on patient mobility and practice closures due to health and safety reasons. They were designed to connect Invisalign® providers with their patients and support practices in ensuring treatment continuity, but not to replace face-to-face appointments and checkups entirely. Patients will need to come to the office as determined by their doctor. Before using Invisalign® Virtual Appointment and Invisalign Virtual Care, please ensure that applicable local regulations and professional code of practice allow you to interact with patients via such tools.