Accelerated Treatments

We know your time is important!!

Has the thought of 2 years in orthodontic treatment prevented you from pursuing that beautiful smile you have always wanted? We have many choices to get you out of our office and doing the things you love

Propel In-office Treatment

Propel is an innovative, minimally invasive technique used to speed up your orthodontic treatment. During propel, dimpling is used between the teeth to help induce an inflammatory reaction. Propel works with the patient’s own biology to stimulate the bone surrounding the teeth: helping the teeth to move faster and more predictably into their ideal position so we can reveal your new smile faster and in fewer visits to our office. Treatment can be completed in as little as 25% of the time. A typical 24 month orthodontic treatment can be treated in as little as 6-9 months. Dr. Michelle Neal is the leading provider of Propel treatment on the Eastside. In most cases, no injections are even needed!

We provide PROPEL for Invisalign® and braces, offering complimentary consultations to all. If you would like to accelerate your orthodontic treatment, ask us about PROPEL today!

Acceledent Aura

Acceledent Aura is a simple-to-use, hands-free device designed for faster orthodontic treatment with only 20 minutes daily use! It generates small vibrations, or micropulses, that help accelerate the changes in the bone surrounding your teeth to speed up tooth movement. Acceledent Aura helps you get the smile you want… faster!

PROPEL Home Treatment

VPro5 is a simple device used throughout the course of orthodontic treatment, from start to finish to retention. Requiring only 5 minutes per day of wear, the PROPEL VPro5 delivers clinical benefits that help give patients the beautiful smile of their dreams.

More Efficient Aligner Seating
Properly seated aligners result in faster treatment.

Relieves Orthodontic Pain
Just 5 minutes a day can accelerate tooth movement during the active phase of orthodontic treatment with either braces or aligners, reducing the overall duration.