Dec 28th, 2017 How Inman Aligner can Give You a Straighter Smile in time for Spring Get in touch

Do you feel self-conscious about your smile or have you always wanted straight teeth? If you’re keen to do something about it and you’re looking for rapid results, we have some excellent options available. The Inman Aligner is one of the speediest treatments out there and it could give you an incredible, straight smile in perfect time for spring. If you call us now, you could have that smile you’ve always wanted in a matter of months.

What is the Inman Aligner?

The Inman Aligner is a removable brace, which is recommended for patients who need minor correction. This system is ideally suited to patients who are looking for speedy results and minimal hassle. With the Inman Aligner, you don’t have to worry about aesthetics, as the brace is very discreet, and you can carry on life as normal, taking your brace out to eat and clean your teeth.

The Inman Aligner is made from two main components, a coiled spring at the back of your teeth with a bar at the front. These parts work together to generate forces, which push and pull the teeth, driving the teeth in the right direction.

The beauty of the Inman Aligner is that it is capable of achieving results incredibly quickly. In a matter of around 16 weeks, you can have an amazing new smile. Time flies, and before you know it, it will be spring and you’ll be preparing to show off your new smile with confidence.

Am I a good match for the Inman Aligner?

The Inman Aligner is ideally suited to patients who have mild orthodontic issues that affect the front teeth. If you only need minor correction and you’re looking for a flexible, discreet, comfortable solution, this could be an ideal choice. If you need more intensive treatment and a lot of movement, we may recommend alternatives.

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To talk to us about ending denture worries with fixed implants, call Aqua Dental on 020 8819 1548 or get in touch through our contact form.

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