Braces can be tricky, especially for those wanting straighter teeth during adulthood. Train track braces are effective, but there is no way to hide the fact that you are wearing them. Recently, however, several kinds of invisible braces have burst on to the market and they’re changing the way we think about braces. The Inman Aligner, for example, is quick, effective and super discreet.
How does it work?
The Inman Aligner works using springs that are carefully engineered to put the right amount of pressure on your teeth. They push behind the teeth, while a clear wire holds the teeth in place from the front. This moves them into place quickly and precisely.
What are the advantages?
Because the brace is designed especially for you, the springs are engineered to apply optimum, continuous force to the teeth. Traditional braces need to be tightened every so often, and other kinds of invisible braces need to be replaced every couple of weeks. The Inman Aligner is constantly exerting pressure on the teeth, therefore it works all day, every day. This means that treatment can be completed in a matter of weeks (typically 12-18) rather than years.
Where possible the Inman Aligner is made of clear materials, so it’s practically invisible. People don’t need to know you’re having your teeth straightened unless you tell them so – which Bristol serving dentists believe make it an excellent choice!
Due to its retainer-like design, the Inman Aligner can be removed whenever you like. It should be removed when you’re eating or cleaning your teeth, but it can also be taken out for special occasions, such as family photographs or an important meeting. It is important to note that spending too much time without the retainer will impair its effectiveness and it should ideally be worn for at least 20 hours per day.
Are there any disadvantages?
During the first few days you may experience some mild discomfort as the braces begin moving your teeth. You may also develop a slight lisp, but this too is temporary. All things considered, the advantages of this treatment greatly outweigh the temporary disadvantages.
It would probably be beyond your wildest dreams to get your front teeth straightened in as little as 6 weeks, definitely impossible you may think. But this is not a prank and there is a gadget around in Swindon right now that promises to do just that- the Inman aligner. It’s a device that pushes the boundaries and theories of tooth alignment to the maximum and it flies in the face of convention. A plate houses a bar and a wire: the bar pushes the inside of your teeth and the wire pulls on the outer surfaces of your teeth. Both work together because they are linked via a couple of springs at the back of the plate. Every movement your mouth makes causes the two to rock your teeth loose and whip them back into position extremely quickly. During the short amount of time you’ll be wearing this device, you can take it out whenever you fancy and seeing that you’ll need to wear it for at least 20 hours a day, it does give you the luxury of eating normally and clean your teeth effectively. The cost starts from around £1200, which equates to £200 a week, but 6 weeks? That truly is manna from heaven if you’ve been troubled by your teeth all of your life. To find out the wheres and the hows about the Inman aligner, you should most definitely get in touch with Clifton Dental in Bristol.
Clifton dental will give you advice on all things dental, all of it good advice, but you may get the impression that they may be spinning you a huge fable when they give you advice on the Inman aligner, because some of its boasts simply aren’t possible…are they? The perfect candidate for this aligner is someone who is suffering from buck teeth at the front of the mouth, because the design of this device only allows it to work this way. On the inside of the mouth a bar pushes against the inside of the teeth and is connected to a spring that also operates a wire that pulls the outside of the teeth, so in a sense, these opposing forces jiggle the teeth about and loosen them so that they move into the desired position rapidly, very rapidly, 6 weeks rapidly in fact! That’s got to be a lie. Hasn’t it? The aligner is also removable (yeah right!) and so it can be taken out whenever you choose. Apart from all these goodies, the Inman is quite cheap considering it is made specially to fit your mouth, some start at around £1200, so in real terms, you are paying £200 a week to remove a problem that has possibly haunted you most of your life. Of course, it is at this point you wake up in Bath and realise it was all a dream…wasn’t it?!
Patients from Bristol and corresponding areas are turning more and more to Inman aligners as a way to straighten out their teeth and here at Clifton Dental Studio we are happy to oblige with one of the latest techniques being used to fix this common problem.
Although not completely invisible, Inman aligners are discreet and are an excellent method of quickly straightening teeth. They look a bit like a retainer and are made up of wires and clear plastic. They work by using a different system from the main competitor on the market Invisalign aligners, using a system of springs which pull and push your teeth until they are in the optimum position.
The speed of the treatment is probably the biggest benefit of using Inman aligners rather than traditional braces to straighten your teeth. If you have a relatively simple problem, it can be fixed in as little as four weeks. Even complex problems are usually sorted out in 16 weeks. They do not need to be adjusted much so one set is all that is needed for the whole process. They are also removable which you will soon realise is very useful when you get food caught up in your braces. This way you can simply remove them when you eat, or, if you forget, you can easily take them out and give them a clean.
The one thing to remember with Inman aligners is that they are not suitable for all patients. The level of movement they are able to produce is more limited than with traditional braces and are best suited to correcting misalignments in the upper or lower front teeth. However, is this is the problem you face, then it is worth speaking to your dentist about Inman aligners as they are an effective way to fix your smile.
Dodgy front buck teeth are always going to wind you up and the longer you leave them, the more you will find yourself retiring and withdrawing into yourself and finding that you are simply not seizing the day enough. It’s not easy either opting for some lengthy treatment as we get more set in our ways- the whole solution can leave you flustered and breathless. But hot on the streets of Chepstowe is a device that can answer all your worries: the Inman aligner is something out of the ordinary. This magical little device can straighten your teeth out in as little as 6 weeks- sure you will have to wear a retainer when you go to bed at night so that your teeth don’t spring out again, but 6 weeks?!! It is an engineering dream: a bar pushes your teeth while a spring activated wire pulls your teeth and it is because your teeth are always moving, they respond quickly and move into place rapidly. It is custom made to suit your mouth, but because of the way it is designed, on the teeth at the front of your mouth will benefit from this device. But again, 6 weeks?!! It really is that good so if you are becoming more and more disillusioned with your teeth, then get down to the dentist as soon as you can and learn more about this little magician.
Capitalism means that we have an increasing number of choices for many products and services. Any trip to a modern, British city centre will tell you as much. There is a profusion of different outlets offering products that will do the same thing but in a different way. The same is true of dental services today and any treatment that you can think of will be available in several different forms.
Straightening your teeth is one example of this and dentists can offer a variety of different ways to deal with crooked and misaligned smiles. One of these is called the Inman aligner and it becoming just as popular in the United Kingdom as it has been in the United States, where it was formulated.
The reason for the popularity of Inman aligners is that they can straighten out teeth in a manner far more discreet than traditional metal braces. Instead of a mouth full of metal brackets and wires which could damage the self confidence of the wearer, Inman aligners feature only one visible part, a straightening bar against which the teeth are pushed.
The bar runs across the front teeth and teeth are pushed against it via the power of a concealed coiled spring that sits behind the teeth. At appointments with your Gloucester dentist, adjustments are made so that your teeth are gently moved into the desired positions. Inman aligners need only be worn for a fraction of the time that traditional braces must be worn for.
If you are concerned about the look of your smile then you just might want to consider choosing an Inman aligner to correct things out.
Are you finding that, those crooked teeth you’ve always had, and that have always held you back, are finally getting up your nose? But do you always come to the same conclusion that there’s no point in embarking on a lengthy program of teeth alignment? Well, it’s never too late to get your teeth straightened in Swindon and on the market right now there’s an aligner called the Inman that promises too draw back those front teeth in as little as 6 weeks! It’s revolutionary design and mechanism only allows the process to work on the front teeth, but it’s individually built for you. Once it’s in place, it may feel foreign in the mouth at first, but this will pass, but it sets to work immediately- a wire exerts pressure on the outer surfaces of the teeth. On the inside of the teeth however, a small bar operated by a coiled spring applies pressure in the opposite direction. These constant opposing pressure’s, tug and push the teeth into the desired position very quickly and very efficiently, making the ideal choice for adults in a hurry. It’s also great for those adults who like to fit in a little light socializing too. The aligner should be worn for at least 20 hours a day, allowing it to be removed for eating and cleaning the teeth. Starting from around £1200, it’s quite pricey for 6 weeks work, but this can be put away mentally, by getting the result you’ve never had but always wanted- the ability to express yourself.
Traditional braces can sometimes take years to effectively straighten your teeth. They are unpopular with some people because the metal brackets and wires can affect your appearance and lead to loss of confidence if the wearer feels embarrassed about smiling. The new Inman aligner offers the same results as a brace by straightening your teeth but works a lot quicker, often just six weeks. A further advantage of the Inman aligner is that it is virtually invisible.
The average time that you will have to wear an Inman aligner for is less than six months and the only visible part is a discreet bar across your front teeth. It can be removed so that cleaning it is so much easier. You can also remove it while eating, avoiding the prospect of food getting trapped. If you wish to attend a social occasion and not have to think about your Inman aligner, you can remove it for that too.
Inman works using a coiled spring which gently pushes your teeth out from the inside. This means it is extremely discreet and your teeth have the room to be pulled into place against the straightening bar at the front of the mouth. The Inman system will not be able to rotate teeth but it is perfect for small issues with alignment and the cost is similar to many other orthodontic treatments.
If you are not keen on the idea of wearing metal braces but want to have your teeth straightened quickly and discreetly ask your Swindon dentist today about what the Inman aligner can do for you.
Do you suffer from slightly misaligned teeth? If you do but think that braces are too much of a sacrifice to make those final few adjustments, then you may be interested to learn about the Inman aligner. This is an orthodontic aligner developed in the US at the tail end of the last millennium. The Inman aligner offers incredibly fast straightening results, with straighter teeth being noticeable in as little as six weeks. The other main advantage of the Inman aligner is that it is completely removable and involves no fixed brackets or wires.
The Inman aligner works by using a very powerful, coiled spring to manoeuvre teeth into the desired position. It is also very discreet with only a thin metal wire being visible across the front of the teeth. This makes it ideal for teenagers who may be sensitive about wearing very noticeable braces. They are also perfect for young professionals keen to make a good first impression with a winning smile but who wish to avoid the stigma of being a more mature person wearing metal braces. In fact, because the aligner works so quickly and effectively, they are also becoming very popular with brides-to-be, who want to do everything possible to look their best on their special day.
Many dentists use Inman aligners as a precursor to other cosmetic treatments. For example, the Inman is often used in tandem with teeth whitening procedures and can also be worn with veneers as part of a wider smile makeover. You may have seen this in action in one of the many TV makeovers shows that feature cosmetic dentistry. Bristol dentists offer the very affordable Inman aligner to patients keen to improve the appearance of their smile and avoid unseemly metal braces.