Be Amazed by the Inman Aligner in Bristol

Imagine being able to enjoy a beautiful, straight smile in a matter of weeks without suffering any pain. With the Inman Aligner, this dream has become a reality and patients are able to see the results of treatment in just 8-16 weeks.

What is the Inman Aligner?

If you thought you had to wait months, even years for a straight smile, prepare to be amazed by the Inman Aligner. This removable appliance was developed in the USA and has become a great success around the world. It is made from a spring, which is located at the back of the teeth, and a metal bar, which runs across the front teeth. These parts produce forces that push and pull the teeth, gently squeezing them into position and correcting alignment issues.

The Inman Aligner is a modern alternative to traditional fixed braces for patients who do not require intensive treatment. This system focuses on the front teeth and is specifically designed to deal with minor issues, such as mild crowding and small gaps between the front teeth.

How long does treatment take?

Treatment time is the major selling-point of the Inman Aligner and the speed of treatment is so rapid that before you know it, you’ll be having your brace removed. Patients tend to start noticing a difference after just a couple of weeks and within 16 weeks almost all cases are complete.

How could the Inman Aligner benefit me?

If you are searching for an orthodontic solution for minor issues, offering comfort, convenience, speed and discreet aesthetics, look no further than the Inman Aligner. The treatment works incredibly quickly with minimum disruption to your day to day life and reduced pain. This brace gives you the freedom to brush your teeth in the normal way and enjoy eating without any panic about getting bits of spinach or herbs stuck in your teeth and the metal bar is very fine, so the brace is hardly noticeable.

The Inman Aligner can also be very beneficial for patients who have already had treatment in the past as a means of treating relapse.