Optimized attachments and aligner features are just a small part of what makes Invisalign a very powerful tool in the hands of a skilled orthodontist. Barring special instructions from the doctor, Invisalign’s software will identify and place optimized attachments based on the movements prescribed by the orthodontist. This automation helps make designing treatment more efficient, but with complex movements, thresholds are often met in the software for several competing optimizations at the same time. So how exactly does the software decide between potential options?
Invisalign’s software helps guide this process by using a number of algorithms to establish a decision tree for the automatic placement of optimized attachments. By understanding the logic behind this hierarchy…..
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