The Damon System is a type of low friction orthodontics. Its main characteristic is the absence of ligatures to hold the wires inside the brackets, which allows the free movement of the teeth to the correct position in a faster and more comfortable time.

Some of the advantages of this innovative system are Avoidance of extractions, faster treatment, fewer visits, greater comfort, easier hygiene and consistent, high-quality results.

Damon uses a passive self-ligating bracket system (sliding wires) that eliminates the need for "ties" or elastics and its high technology requires less adjustment by the practitioner.


Invisible braces use a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that virtually no one will know you're wearing.

This is an orthodontic technique that uses a set of progressively placed splints or aligners to move the teeth to the desired situation.

These splints apply force to the teeth to change their position, just like a bracket would. With the clear aligners, your teeth will gradually move to the desired position.


Aesthetic braces, whether they are made of ceramic, sapphire or any other material, have been criticized for years for their theoretical slowness and malfunction. Today, we well know that this is not entirely true, and that the small differences that have been shown to exist between aesthetic clear braces and metal braces are minimal in clinical terms, as long as the comparison is made between high quality braces.

These transparent self-ligating brackets, thanks to their special composition, take on the color of the tooth to which they are attached, and combined with aesthetic arches, make conventional orthodontics with an effectiveness that is well known to all, become an aesthetic orthodontics that can be worn discreetly by both children and adults.


The main objective of orthodontics in children is to correct bad oral habits or anomalous positions of the jaw bones so that the development of both the oral cavity and the facial mass occurs properly during growth.

So much so, that on many occasions an incorrect way of biting, as in the case of a cross bite, can produce a functional bone deviation of the jaw, which if not corrected, over time, when the patient reaches adulthood, will have caused an abnormal bone development and may even produce facial asymmetries, among others...