The Inman Aligner is a solution that helps to align the front teeth to provide a straighter look. While the appliance isn’t invisible, as it has mental components, it is discreet and not as obvious as other teeth straightening options.
The Inman Aligner is a solution that helps to align the front teeth to provide a straighter look. The solution is used in simpler orthodontic cases and is a flexible option as the Inman Aligner can be removed. While the appliance isn’t invisible, as it has mental components, it is discreet and not as obvious as other teeth straightening options.
The Inman Aligner consists of nickel titanium coil springs, this leads to gentle force being applied over time that guide the teeth. The Inman Aligner is able to provide quicker solutions because the force applied is active over larger areas than normal. This means that treatment time can be drastically reduced.
The aligner is removable and can be used either as a standalone treatment to straighten the front teeth or as a solution prior to other cosmetic treatments, such as bonding or veneers. An Inman Aligner isn’t suitable for every case and a qualified dentist should be able to advise whether or not it’s a solution that will work for you. If you are suitable, an impression of your teeth will be used to create a custom-made aligner, that a dentist will then fit and show you how to remove. The device should be worn for between 16 and 20 hours every day and regular checks will be needed to check the progress.
In most cases of Inman Aligner treatment, you’ll be left with straightened teeth and a better smile aesthetically after just 6 to 18 weeks. Once the initial treatment has concluded some patients may find they need to wear a retainer in order to maintain the results.
In the majority of cases the Inman Aligner treatment can provide results much quicker than alternatives, with the average treatment taking between 6 and 18 weeks.
Inman Aligner treatment typically costs between £1,000 and £2,500. The total cost that you pay will depend on the extent of the treatment needed and the number of visit your individual case requires.
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