Wandsworth Dental Centre, INMAN ALIGNER
Straighten Teeth Fast with the New Inman Aligner
Did you once spend years undergoing painful orthodontic treatment and unsightly braces only to see your teeth slowly slip back to their former wonky ways?
Are you one of many who are generally unhappy with the alignment of your teeth and longing for a beautiful, straight smile?
In Wandsworth Dental Centre , Dr Ahmed Said is proud to introduce a new and leading edge cosmetic dentistry procedure that is taking the UK by storming – The Inman Aligner. This revolutionary concept sees protruding or crowded teeth transformed into a matter of weeks!
So how does it work?
The Inman Aligner is a clear plastic retainer with two spring loaded aligning bars that fit easily over the front six teeth. Unlike a regular brace, the Inman Aligner provides a constant gentle pressure on the teeth, easing them back into place far more quickly.
Apart from its aesthetic benefits, the Inman Aligner is easy to use and can be inserted and removed at any time, allowing eating, brushing (and kissing) to continue as normal. Once teeth have moved to the desired position, a very discreet retainer holds them in place, so they remain in their new position.
During the first consultation, an impression is made of the teeth and in the second, teeth are smoothed to make room for movement and the aligner fitted. For the duration of the treatment bi-weekly visits are required to review and adjust the aligner.
Two clear bows in front and behind your teeth are activated by springs. These create a gentle pressure that guides the front teeth into their ideal position.
How long will the treatment last?
Most cases usually complete in 6-16 weeks.
How many hours a day should the Inman Aligner be worn?
15-20 hours a day.
Is it visible?
Only a clear plastic bow is visible on the front of your teeth.
Will it interfere with the speech?
There will be some interference, especially at the beginning.
Does it hurt?
The Inman Aligner applies only gentle pressure so any initial discomfort is minimized.