New technique to accelerate orthodontic treatment

Written by: Dra. Ana Molina Coral
Edited by: Top Doctors®


Patients are always worried about the time it takes to fix their smile. Many innovations have been introduced to accelerate the time of treatment, improvements in the design of braquet to help a simpler treatment (self-ligating brackets), treatment protocols with surgical aids, (corticotomies and osteotomies to accelerate orthodontics) .... The latest research and innovation that we present has shown that when it comes to accelerating the speed of movement of the teeth, inflammatory biological principles can be activated to accelerate bone remodeling.

The solution, scientifically proven, is a new minimally invasive technique called microosteoperforation , which stimulates the activity of cytokines to accelerate the remodeling of the alveolar bone.. Alveocentesis, stimulates the alveolar bone when an orthodontic force is applied to the teeth. As a result, bone is remodeled more efficiently, which can reduce treatment time by 60% or more .

Microosteoperforations can be performed using a new device by Propel Orthodontics and can be done in a matter of minutes by an orthodontist in the consultation. The procedure produces very little discomfort to patients the recovery time is minimal. The procedure is indicated for 80% of patients receiving orthodontic treatment and can be used in conjunction with any treatment modality.


*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Dra. Ana Molina Coral

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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