The Inman Aligner is one of the latest orthodontic appliances to appear in the dentistry world and we at Dental Options are delighted to offer it to our patients. The Inman Aligner offers much the same advantages of the popular Invisalign system but is centred on moving the front teeth. As a cheaper option to Invisalign, and with a similar level of discreetness, the Inman Aligner offers a hassle free and quick method of straightening teeth.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Does The Inman Aligner Work?
The Inman Aligner is able to move teeth swiftly thanks to a bent spring that sits at the rear of the teeth and a discreet metal wire that rests on the visible side of the teeth. The combined pressure these two components create works to ‘squeeze’ teeth into the desired position in a gentle manner. When treatment begins you can expect some effect on speech for a week or so but this will soon abate.
Is The Inman Aligner Effective?
The Inman Aligner is a proven winner in the US and has continued to thrive since crossing the Atlantic to the UK. For patients who want quick results the Inman Aligner is a great option. However, if your teeth are heavily crowded then you will most likely be unsuitable for treatment. If this is the case then our friendly staff here at Dental Options will be more than happy to discuss alternative treatment options.
How Regularly Do I Have To Wear The Aligner?
In order to get the best results from the Inman Aligner treatment it is advised that the appliance is worn for 16-20 hours per day. Any less and you may not achieve the results you want.
How Long Does Inman Aligner Treatment Take?
As with any orthodontic appliance the duration of treatment will vary according to your individual case. You can however expect to achieve your desired results in six to sixteen weeks. Once treatment is complete you will need to wear a retainer to make sure you don’t lose the brand new smile you have worked so hard to attain.
How Much Does Treatment Cost?
The price of treatment will depend on the level of movement needed as per your individual case. You can however anticipate paying less than Invisalign even though you will enjoy a similar level of discreetness when wearing the appliance.