The intraoral scanner was selected as a Silver Winner in the Best New Product of the Year, Small or Medium Business Category.
Ninety-five orthodontic professionals participated in the November 2013 Clinical Examination for certification from the American Board of Orthodontics.
As much as $325,000 is available in funding for clear aligner orthodontic therapy research and intra-oral scanner research.
The annual awards recognize the best in functional design, efficient interior space planning, and appropriate integration of dental equipment and technology.
The web-based dental practice finder was selected from nearly 600 entries for the semi-annual awards.
Accepting entries from now through Septempber 30, 2013, the award encourage dentists and dental students to conduct standards-based research and standards development.
The product has earned the 2013 American Technology Award in Health & Medical Technologies.
Twelve universities have received $5,000 or more in funding for research seeking to better understand orthodontic treatment with clear aligners and use of orthodontic scanners.
Seven health professionals were recognized for their contributions to the field and the practice of oral appliance therapy at the association’s 22nd Annual Meeting in Baltimore earlier this month.
In collaboration with the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Dental Association recognized 112 states and communities for their water fluoridation support.