Streighten your teeth in a few weeks:
As time goes by, your teeth tend to shift, sometimes causing your front top and bottom teeth to become crooked. At first glance, you may think you need braces, however with the patented Inman Aligner, your front teeth can be gently guided to and ideal position quickly and effectively, in a matter of weeks.
Can the Inman Aligner correct crowded teeth?
No. The Inman Aligner is designed to treat the uper and lower front teeth. It can be used to correct a relapse after orthodontic treatment, improve teeth position prior to veneers or minimise preparation, 'jump' teeth over anterior cross-bite, retract proclined teeth and improve the alignment of rotated anterior teeth.
How does the Inman Aligner work?
The Inman Aligner utilises a lignual part with coil springs that puts pressure on the teeth that need repositioning and a clear labial bow that reverses the same pressure.
These components work together to squeeze the teeth by pushing and pulling them into allignment.
The Inman Aligner Advantage
Allows you to achieve great results using just one appliance.
Can give you a wonderful smile with less hassle and expense in a shorter period of time.
Can be removed and inserted as easily as a retainer.
ASK YOUR DENTIST IF THE INMAN ALIGNER IS RIGHT FOR YOU!
After any tooth movement a period of retention is necessary to allow the alveolar bone and the connective tissues and fibres to reform around the root. Not wearing a retainer will almost insure a relapse of the teeth to their initial position.
Research that followed patients over twenty years after treatment shown that in more than 60 percent of cases, patients teeth had nearly relapsed to their pre-treatment position. It is not surprising, therefore, why so many practitioners will prescribe a long term retention in the form of a Lingual Bonded Retainer.
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