ClearCorrect announces new Flex and Unlimited pricing
ClearCorrect announced its new customizable Flex and full-featured Unlimited pricing options. For the first time, doctors will be able to choose between paying per aligner or one flat rate for five years of unlimited aligners and retainers.
ClearCorrect announced its new customizable Flex and full-featured Unlimited pricing options at the AAO 2017 Annual Session. For the first time, doctors will be able to choose between paying per aligner or one flat rate for five years of unlimited aligners and retainers.
ClearCorrect's new Flexpricing allows providers to purchase as many (or as few) aligners and retainers as they want, and only pay for what they need. With Flex, doctors can fully customize treatment to meet their patients' needs without squeezing into pre-set pricing tiers.
The updated Unlimitedoption now offers providers five full years of worry-free treatment—including retention—for one flat rate. The Unlimitedoption covers all aligners, revisions, and replacements for five full years regardless of inactivity. Unlimitedtreatment also now includes multiple sets of retainers, up to two pairs every six months, at no extra cost during the five-year period.
"Just like our aligners, Flexis customized to fit the needs of each patient and doctor," says ClearCorrect CEO Jarrett Pumphrey. "Whether they're dealing with a simple relapse or a complex combination case, doctors can choose whether they prefer the customizable economy of Flexor the long-term security of Unlimited."
ClearCorrect providers will still enjoy free online case submission, web-based treatment setups, patient starter kits, and compatibility with all major intraoral scanners.
The new Flexand Unlimitedoptions are currently in testing with select US ClearCorrect providers. They will be available to all US providers on June 1, 2017 and the rest of the world later this year. Registered ClearCorrect providers can find out more at support.clearcorrect.com.
Editor's note: This article is an edited version of a ClearCorrect press release dated April 22, 2017.