As people grow older, their teeth may begin to move out of place. This usually happens to those that have had orthodontic treatment when they were younger. Most people think that in order to correct these minor alignment issues they might need braces, but they could use an Inman Aligner to get it fixed instead.
The Inman Aligner is an orthodontic appliance which was designed to straighten the lower and upper front teeth. It is a removable brace and is very much like a thin piece of wire that can straighten your teeth in a matter of months.
Inman Aligners work by applying gentle pressure to the teeth in order to move them to the ideal position. Once your teeth are in the correct position, it will act as a retainer and hold them in place.
Regular visits to the dentist are required during the treatment.
The process of inserting an Inman Aligner is pain free and you can remove the device as you please. That means you can eat and drink whatever you want, and then just insert it back in. Another great advantage is that you do not need to change the aligners during the treatment. It is simple to use and you don’t have to wear it for years.
After the teeth have moved into the correct position, a second brace will be made which will have to be worn at night for about six or seven weeks. Other than that, as always, just try and maintain good oral hygiene.
If you have finer alignment issues with your front teeth, then the Inman Aligner is most likely for you. For more information on the Inman Aligner please contact the Team Sparkle near Brentford.
Sparkle Dental Boutique 311 Boston Road Hanwell, Ealing London, W7 2AT
Monday to Friday:
8.30am – 5.00pm
By appointment only.
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