- •InBrace moves teeth in all six df through programmed nonsliding mechanics.
- •Digital customization allows for predictable, programmed tooth movement.
- •Through programmed nonsliding mechanics and digital customization, InBrace moves teeth on autopilot.
Abbreviations:PNM (Programmed Non-Sliding Mechanics), DE (Digital Enhancement), IDB (Indirect bonding), FEA (Finite element analysis)
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Funding: Hongsheng Tong, Robert J. Lee, Andre Weissheimer, and John Pham have a financial interest in the InBrace system.
Competing interests: Authors have completed and submitted the ICMJE Form for Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest. Hongsheng Tong, Robert J. Lee, Andre Weissheimer, and John Pham are shareholders of the InBrace system. Hongsheng Tong, Robert J. Lee, and John Pham receive royalties for their patent on the InBrace system.
Provenance and peer review: Commissioned; internally peer reviewed