Retainers

Standard Upper Hawley
The NEOL Standard Upper Retainer is made with .028 adam's clasps on the first molars and a .030 canine to canine "hawley" labial bow.
Standard Lower Hawley
The Standard Lower Retainer is made with 0.032 occlusal rests on the first molars and a .030 canine to canine hawley labial bow.
Wraparound Design
This type of appliance is also used for final retention, specifically for when the doctor wants no occlusal interference. Commonly used with a .030 laser-welded clasp in the posterior and a .020 spur on the anterior for stability of the wire. *Please note that the C-Clasps and spurs are not default add-ons, and will need to be specified when filling out the RX*
Ruderman Wraparound

A version of a wraparound retainer that goes from 6-6. At the distal of the 6's there is a small bend equivalent to the leg of an adams clasp allowing for adjustment for more retention.

Labial Bow Laser Welded to Adams Clasps
This retainer is a common variation of the standard upper retainer. It consists of a .032 labial bow that is laser-welded to the adams clasps on the first molars. This design helps to avoid occlusal interference in the canine area
KD Overlay
The KD Overlay is the most commonly used appliance for anterior crossbite cases. It utilizes a posterior overlay to open the patient's bite and a lingual spring and/or screw to activate tooth out of crossbite position. Options: Springs Finger Spring Double Helical Finger Screws Micro Screw Individual Tooth Movement Screw 2.5mm Memory Screw Midline Expansion Screw
Invisible Retainer
A very common alternative to the standard Hawley retainer because of it's aesthetics. Typically made from an .040 (1mm) material but material options run from 1-3mm materials depending on it's overall use.
Bonded Retainer

This fixed appliance is used to retain teeth after final treatment. It is attached to the lingual surfaces of the upper or lower arches and is not seen from the facial. Options Straight .036 Stainless Steel Wire with Mesh Pads (common Offset Stainless Steel Wire with Mesh Pads (alternative to the standard that allows for more durability and reduces bond failure) Braided .032 Stainless Steel Wire with Mesh Pads

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Bonded Lingual Retainer

Spring Aligners

Standard Spring Aligner
This finishing appliance is used to make minor corrections of misaligned anterior teeth. It's made with an .028 labial bow encased in acrylic that has contoured adjustment loops around the canines and a lingual pivoting spring.
Mushroom Spring Aligner
This finishing appliance is used to make minor corrections of misaligned anterior teeth. It's made with an .030 labial bow encased in acrylic and traditional hawley adjustment loops. The spring on the lingual side is made in a mushroom shape. This appliance is commonly used on the lower because of its superior strength over the standard lower design.
Super Spring Aligner
Cuspid to Cuspid Aligner
This is a mini version of the standard spring aligner which has the same design without the acrylic and clasping that extends distal of the canines. Being the smallest and least retentive, only very limited tooth movements can be achieved.
Bloore Spring Aligner
This finishing appliance is an alternative to more traditional aligner appliances. It uses .023 lollipop type springs to help rotate teeth from the lingual side
Inman Aligner

Bow Options

Acrylic Labial Bow
Flat Labial Bow

Spring Options

Finger Spring
Helical Spring
Super Spring Aligner
Bloore Spring

Screw Options

Midline Expansion Screw
Fan Expansion Screw
3 Way Expansion Screw
Retraction Screw
Individual Tooth Movement Screw
Micro Screw

Clasp Options

Adams Clasp

Ball Clasp
C-Clasp
Modified C-Clasp
This modified clasp is most typically used on removable bite plates. The clasp is used to go around the buccal tube for retention.
Arrow Clasp
Molar Rest
Laser-Welded C-Clasp on 4s
Laser-Welded C-Clasp on 7s: 114
Stabilizing Wire: 44

Acrylic Options

Anterior Bite Plane: 37
Posterior Occlusal Bite Plane
Reverse Incline Bite Plane

Habit Options

Hole for Tongue Habit
Spur