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The Next Generation of Arch Expansion has Arrived
Date:10/8/2008

Ortho Organizers(R) Announces Launch of TransForce(R)2 Arch Developer

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CARLSBAD, Calif., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Ortho Organizers, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of orthodontic products, laboratory services and continuing education programs, announced the arrival of the next generation in expansion with the launch of their new and improved TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances. Two styles of the expansion appliance are available; Transverse, for expansion across the arch and Sagittal, for lengthening of the arch.

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TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances were developed in consultation with Dr. William J. Clark, world renowned author and speaker on the subject of functional therapy in orthodontics. "I am excited about the improvements Ortho Organizers has made to the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances," said Dr. Clark. "Innovation and improvement of orthodontic products and therapy has been my primary motivation for many years. Ortho Organizers shares that objective and is profoundly committed to advancing the future of orthodontics."

Among the enhancements to the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances is the addition of placement blades designed for ease of insertion into molar bands with standard lingual sheaths. Moreover, universal sizes for both the upper and lower arch result in less inventory requirements for the doctor. Unlike other expansion devices, the Nitanium(R) Coil Springs in the expansion modules of the TransForce2 Arch Developer Appliances offer slow continuous force for optimum patient comfort, and appliances require no laboratory work. In addition, the appliances are color-coded for easy visual size identification, and they fit along the lingual arch for a virtually invisible appearance as well as superior aesthetic value.

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