The revolutionary Inman Aligner
The Inman Aligner is a simple orthodontic appliance that is used to straighten crooked or misaligned front teeth.
Its main advantage is that it achieves rapid tooth straightening in a fraction of the time of traditional metal braces or clear braces systems, as well as being a cheaper alternative. The system can also be utilised to pre-align teeth before additional cosmetic dental procedures such as veneers or smile makeovers.
It allows you to achieve breathtaking results in a mere few weeks using a single appliance. It can also be removed and inserted as easily as a retainer so you are free to eat, clean your teeth or attend social events without difficulty or discomfort. The treatment typically takes between 6 to 18 weeks. Once the treatment is complete, a retention system is recommended to prevent the teeth from relapsing to their former position.
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Frequently asked questions about Inman Aligner:
As with any orthodontic appliance, the Aligner can feel a little uncomfortable for the first few days. After a week, most patients are used to their Aligner and have no problems wearing it.
The Inman Aligner will affect your speech for a week or two. You will however acclimate to the appliances over time and be able to speak fine with them in place.
Compliance is paramount. The Aligner will only work if you wear it everyday for the treatment time. Ideally patient should wear the Aligner for 20 hours a day maximum. Any less and the treatment could take longer to complete.
It should always be removed before eating and you should clean your teeth and your Aligner before you refit it back into your mouth. It is okay to take your aligner out for photos, special occasions and eating as long as this is not for longer than a few hours.
Inman aligner treatment represents excellent value for money. The cost of treatment may vary depending on the number of visits required and complexity of the case. Following a consultation with your dentist, you will be given an indication of costs and treatment time.
If you have mild to moderate crowding or protrusion of your front teeth you may well be a suitable candidate for Inman Aligner treatment. Only a certified Inman Aligner dentist will be able to confirm suitability of each individual case.
All orthodontic treatment can carry risks but so far in over 20,000 cases provided there have been no reported instances of loss of tooth vitality or root resorption.
Yes. All orthodontic treatment needs to be retained or will run the risk of relapse and Inman Aligner treatment is no different in this respect.
Cases vary depending on the degree of crowding and level of compliance but most cases are completed in 6-18 weeks.
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