Two of the questions patients most frequently ask about orthodontics are: How long does the treatment last? and When will they take out the apparatus?

Many patients who require orthodontic treatment reject the therapy due to its lengthy duration, which can be between 18 and 31 months depending on the therapeutic options and the characteristics of the patient. This is why there are now minimally-invasive surgical (periodontal) treatments that reduce the duration of the treatment.

Orthodontic treatment assisted by piezoelectric surgery enables us to reduce the treatment time by 30-50%, and even up to 70%, making it much more acceptable to patients. Moreover, it significantly reduces the side-effects in the teeth and bones triggered by conventional orthodontics, and enables orthodontics to be performed on at-risk patients.