Orthodontics Aligners with a fully digital workflow is now available in Sea Point Cape Town. Have you always wanted straighter teeth, but been afraid of the pain, the inconvenience of eating, and also the appearance of a “tin grin”?
Unlike conventional braces, Invisalign allows precise adjustments at specific points in your mouth instead of putting pressure on all your teeth that have been “wired in”. Worldwide over 3 million people have experienced the benefit of Invisalign clear orthodontics without having braces. It’s a great, non-invasive alternative that can get results faster than conventional braces. Perfect for adults and teens that don’t want traditional railway tracks!
Gone are the days of metallic braces and the embarrassment and self-consciousness that comes with them. Invisalign Orthodontics aligners will help you achieve a gorgeous smile, without shiny wires protruding from your mouth for 2 years.
— Super comfortable
— Customized just for you
At our dentist surgery in Sea Point Cape Town, we offer the services of Dr Harris Smeyatsky. Dr Harris is certified in the Invisalign system and has completed several hundred cases in the UK and South Africa. Your initial Invisalign consultation is free and we ‘d be happy to explore your options with you.
How Does it Work
Once the Optismile Team has confirmed you’re eligible for treatment, they will arrange a consultation in which they will take pictures, X-rays and either digital scans or dental impressions of your teeth in order to create a ClinCheck ® 3D treatment plan which is specifically suited to your individual needs.
You’ll receive a series of custom-made aligners to wear. These should be worn every day and you’ll be able to change them at home, without needing to come to the practice, every 1– 2 weeks. Our staff are happy to assist and advise you at any point during treatment so please do not hesitate to call or visit us if you have any questions.
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What to expect when you come in to OptiSmile.
1. Come in for a free consultation.
This is a quick and easy way to gauge whether or not Invisalign treatment will fit your needs.
2. Schedule the Treatment.
Dr. Harris Smeyatsky is OptiSmile’s invisalign specialist.
3. Begin Treatment.
Dr. Harris will start by mapping out a detailed treatment plan with your goals in mind. An exciting part of the Invisalign technology is that he will be able to show you a digital 3D representation of how your teeth will move during the treatment.
Contact OptiSmile to book your free Invisalign consultation. You also have the option of contacting us via WhatsApp or email if you have any more specific questions regarding your treatment.
Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today unveiled the Stratasys J700 Dental ™ 3D Printing solution– the fastest PolyJet-based 3D printer for production of clear aligner molds. Driving scalable, on-demand production, the solution addresses increased demand for fast production of 3D printed aligners as the industry incorporates new digital dentistry workflows.
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Previewed at the 37th International Dental Show, the Stratasys J700 Dental brings high throughput with lab production rates of more than 400 clear aligner molds per day. The durable VeroDent ™ material is ideally suited for accelerated production, greater accuracy, and minimal post-processing. The solution offers seamless digital workflows for large-volume production of patient-specific aligners on the same tray, also reducing requirements for manual post-curing or finishing.
The dental community is one of the fastest adopters of 3D printing technology, transforming highly manual processes in the shift towards digital dentistry. Powering better patient experiences, digital dental models can streamline the scan to in-house production workflow, reduce delivery times and gain more accurate output. These processes lower equipment costs, save time, and boost operations for improved competitive advantage.
” The Stratasys J700 Dental 3D Printer is especially designed for orthodontic labs to achieve high throughput in production of clear aligners. It is custom-built to address demand for large scale capacity, effectively keeping pace with growing segment requirements,” said R. Scott Rader, PhD, GM of Healthcare Solutions at Stratasys. “With the highest levels of throughput, Stratasys is shaping digital dentistry – again.”
An easy-to-use and clean system, the Stratasys J700 Dental 3D printer reduces requirements for advanced design expertise. Further easing workflows is GrabCAD Print ™, permitting users to capitalize on smart default settings, tips and notifications for a more seamless 3D printing process. Customers can work with detailed model views alongside a tray and slice preview to handle all necessary adjustments before even going to print.
Previewed for the first time at the International Dental Show in Cologne, the Stratasys J700 Dental is expected to be generally available later in 2017. Please visit Stratasys at Hall 3.1 Stand (L048 M049) or Hall 10.2 Stand (P032) for an advanced look.
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The statements in this press release relating to Stratasys’ beliefs regarding the benefits consumers will experience from the Stratasys J700 Dental ™ and Stratasys’ expectation on the timing of shipping the Stratasys J700 Dental ™ are forward-looking statements reflecting management’s current expectations and beliefs. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: the risk that consumers will not perceive the benefits of the Stratasys J700 Dental ™ to be the same as Stratasys does; the risk that unforeseen technical difficulties will delay the shipping of the Stratasys J700 Dental ™ and other risk factors set forth under the caption “Risk Factors” in Stratasys’ most recent Annual Report on Form 20-F, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 9, 2017.