HOUSTON, Texas--ClearCorrect, an alternative in advanced and affordable transparent orthodontic aligners, will exhibit Jan. 28-30 in Booth 2130 at the 2010 Yankee Dental Congress.
According to ClearCorrect founder and cosmetic dentist Dr. Willis Pumphrey: "We're kicking off 2010 at Yankee to introduce the ClearCorrect transparent aligner system to New England dentists looking for an affordable clear alternative to braces without annual case submission requirements."
While at the Yankee Dental Congress, ClearCorrect will be running a special promotion in which newly registered dentists receive 50% off their first case after attending a full-day, CE-accredited workshop Feb. 13 at the Marriott Courtyard Boston Logan Airport.
"We're doing our utmost to ensure that our newly registered New England dentists are well prepared to provide their patients with the most advanced and affordable clear braces available," explained Dr. Pumphrey.
Due to increased demand, the company closed 2009 by more than doubling the overall size of its Houston headquarters and tripling its dedicated manufacturing footage.
"Since Q4 2009, we've been consistently registering more and more dentists every week, and so to stay ahead of the curve, we already have plans underway to again double the size of our facilities," said Dr. Pumphrey.
The reasons why many dentists have made the invisible aligner switch to ClearCorrect include:
* No midcourse correction fees
* No refinement fees
* Enhanced treatment control
* Easier to understand and shorter runway to proficiency
* Developed by leading dentists in clear aligner orthodontics
* Lower lab fees
* Treatment products include initial retention at no extra charge
* More affordable option for dentists and patients
* Responsive customer service
ClearCorrect's growth continues to be fueled by its focus on educating the profession, rather than the consumer, in an effort to build relationships with orthodontists and general dentists, who will in turn recommend the clinical and financial advantages of ClearCorrect to patients.
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