The researchers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton have developed a artificial device that allows teeth and bones to re-grow. This device is based on the low-intensity pulsed ultrasound technology. Jie Chen, the nano-circuit design expert says that he is looking to use the device to fix diseased teeth or to replace asymmetric jawbones. The tiny ultrasound device massages gums and fuels tooth growth when inserted into a person’s mouth. This is a wireless device and even shorter than a pea. It should be worked for twenty minutes daily for four months. The continuous process helps the stimulation of teeth growth. It may help to the growth of jawbone and in the long run help people to grow taller by stimulating bone growth.