Remote treatment might be a new concept, but our approach is pretty old-fashioned: Your health comes first, not our bottom line.
Developed by top-tier orthodontists, our diagnostic process sets a deliberately high bar for treatment. For example, our consent form goes into comprehensive detail on your medical history, and we require eight different photos of your face and teeth — the AAO standard.
Basically, we treat you the way you’d expect a doctor to treat a patient. So we’ll always do what’s medically best for you, even if it means advising you to seek treatment elsewhere. We only take cases when we’re confident that we can safely deliver a great outcome.
But other at-home teeth straightening companies don’t only work with orthodontists, and they may not work with them at all. Instead, they use general dentists or other dental professionals. Which means your care could be in the hands of someone who knows a lot about teeth, but isn’t trained to see the bigger picture. The way the bones and muscles of your face, neck and jaw come together. The angle of your bite. The long-term impact that changes in tooth position will have on the structures around them.