To evaluate the effects of implementing Remote Dental Monitoring in orthodontic treatment with clear Aligners. The outcome measures are treatment effectiveness, rate of aligner changing, number of refinements (ratio of added Aligners/planned Aligners- need for midcourse correction), number of appointments, Cost-effectiveness, and patient satisfaction.
Hypothesis 1: Remote Dental Monitoring provides a viable option for continuing good quality of care without compromising the treatment outcome and satisfaction. There are no differences in treatment quality, value, effectiveness, and safety between Remote Dental Monitoring and in-office treatment approaches.
Hypothesis 2: Remote Dental Monitoring can guide the rate of aligner replacement and optimize the treatment.
Hypothesis 3: Remote Dental Monitoring can Improve patient compliance and motivate patients’ oral hygiene maintenance
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