FAQ About Smoking Cessation

It involves the micro-electric stimulation of the nerves on the outer ears.

We have used it in our office since 2000.

The treatment triggers the release of naturally occurring substances called endorphins, which reduce symptoms of withdrawal and nicotine cravings.

No, there are no known side effects. However, pacemakers and pregnancy are contraindications.

No. Most patients report a painless treatment.

Treatment and orientation take about an hour, with any follow-up appointments lasting approximately thirty minutes.

We track our results by following up with patients at regular intervals. We have found a consistent success rate of 70-75%.

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