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Everyone who gets their teeth aligned knows that it takes time. Even if you have the best dentists in your area working with you, they can’t make time run faster. Although they aren’t Dr. Strange who can control time, your teeth doctor has available methods to speed up your teeth alignment treatment and reduce the time you need to get them straightened!

The Need for Speed

If you don’t want to have to wait two to three years to straighten your teeth, you can expedite the process through accelerated dental treatments.

Accelerated osteogenic refers to the surgical procedure combined with braces or Invisalign. Your bones and gums will be ‘activated’ to allow your teeth to shift into a straighter position during the operation. Although this process does help you achieve a beautiful and straighter smile much faster, it does come with disadvantages.

This field is still relatively new, so there is no extensive research on its long-term effectiveness. You will also need to have more frequent visits with your dentists, as your braces need to be adjusted as many times as they would during a two to three-year treatment. This surgery is also one of the more expensive treatments on the market, which most insurance companies don’t cover.

A Non-Invasive Solution

If surgery doesn’t seem to be an attractive method for you, does this mean you’ll have to put up wearing aligners for three years?

Thankfully, medical professionals have come up with another way to speed up your dental treatment without surgery. If you’re uncomfortable with the risks and process involved with accelerated osteogenic, you can opt for non-invasive dental devices, such as AcceleDent and PROPEL.

These two tools are just as effective as surgery. They can also help speed up your teeth alignment so that you can get your straight smile in a shorter amount of time—these non-invasive methods can even cause your teeth to move up to 50% faster!

Although these advanced technologies do serve the same purpose, they work in different ways. If you’re having trouble deciding which method to go for, just read through our guide below!

AcceleDent

AcceleDent works by creating small, pulsed vibrations through a customized mouthpiece. This mouthpiece delivers localized, gentle vibrations at the root of your teeth. The pulse vibrations help accelerate the movement of your teeth so that they align more quickly.

You’re expected to use this device every day for twenty minutes by biting down on the mouthpiece and starting the activator.

PROPEL

PROPEL is also an FDA-registered accelerated dental device. However, unlike AcceleDent, where you’re supposed to wear a customized vibrating mouthpiece, this method involves creating a small amount of trauma to stimulate bone growth.

Don’t worry; this isn’t as invasive as surgery and requires no recovery or downtime. PROPEL works by making pinhole-sized perforations in the bone around your teeth. These perforations will cause a natural inflammatory response, which stimulates the cells involved in the breakdown of the bone. You will not feel any pain during the procedure, as you will be offered a numbing solution to the area.

Conclusion

Say goodbye to waiting—you can now have the smile of your dreams in just a few months, thanks to accelerated dental treatments! If you’re unsure which to choose between AcceleDent and PROPEL, just seek advice from your local dentist.

Do you want to learn more about AcceleDent and PROPEL? Just reach out to our dentists at the Dental House MI! Our Ann Arbor dental services offer dental procedures to straighten your teeth and ensure that the underlying structures are healthy and perform the way they were designed. Book an appointment today!

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