The orthodontic industry, like all industries, has undergone significant changes and technological advancements in the last decade. Although these changes present challenges and require adaptation, they also allow for additional, more efficient service offerings to patients and additional opportunities and pathways for orthodontic associates and owners. This article discusses some of the more significant trends, including the continuing and accelerating conversion from analog to digital processes, increasing use of teledentistry technologies, and the continued growth of group practices and corporate orthodontics.
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Published online: March 20, 2022
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