The Next Generation of Arch Expansion has Arrived
TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances were developed in consultation withDr. William J. Clark, world renowned author and speaker on the subject offunctional therapy in orthodontics. "I am excited about the improvements OrthoOrganizers has made to the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances," said Dr.Clark. "Innovation and improvement of orthodontic products and therapy hasbeen my primary motivation for many years. Ortho Organizers shares thatobjective and is profoundly committed to advancing the future oforthodontics."
Among the enhancements to the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances is theaddition of placement blades designed for ease of insertion into molar bandswith standard lingual sheaths. Moreover, universal sizes for both the upperand lower arch result in less inventory requirements for the doctor. Unlikeother expansion devices, the Nitanium(R) Coil Springs in the expansion modulesof the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances offer slow continuous force foroptimum patient comfort, and appliances require no laboratory work. Inaddition, the appliances are color-coded for easy visual size identification,and they fit along the lingual arch for a virtually invisible appearance aswell as superior aesthetic value.
About the Company
Ortho Organizers provides a wide range of orthodontic products to theworldwide dental market. The Company sells directly to U.S. practitioners andthrough an established network of independent dealers in Internationalmarkets. For more information on Ortho Organizers contact us at: 800.547.2000or 760.448.8600, via email: usasales@OrthoOrganizers.com or via our Web siteat http://www.OrthoOrganizers.com
Ortho Organizers and TransForce are registered trademarks of OrthoOrganizers, Inc.
This press release contains or may contain forward-looking statementswithin the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation ReformAct of 1995 based on current expectations, estimates, forecasts andprojections about the orthodontics industry, management's beliefs andassumptions made by management. Forward-looking statements may be identifiedby the use of forward-looking terms such as "may," "will," "expects,""believes," "anticipates," "plans," "estimates," "projects," "targets,""forecasts," and "seeks" or the negative of such terms or other variations onsuch terms or comparable terminology. These statements are not guarantees offuture performance and involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that couldcause actual outcomes and results to differ materially.
SOURCE Ortho Organizers, Inc.
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