Inman aligners use a simple removable brace to straighten upper and lower front teeth in as little as 6 to 16 weeks. It can be used to correct crowding, protrusion, rotations and crossbites.
How do they work?
The Inman aligner consists of two braces, one which sits in front of the teeth, and one which sits behind the teeth. The Inman aligner uses Nickel Titanium coil springs, which use gently opposing forces to guide front teeth into their new position.
Inman aligners are fitted perfectly to your teeth so are safe, minimally invasive, and kind to teeth.
The Inman aligner is worn for 16-20 hours per day – so can fit around your busy lifestyle. They can be used as a standalone treatment, in cases of orthodontic relapse, or used as a pre-treatment before whitening or bonding.
Impressions of your teeth are taken, and Inman aligners perfectly fitted to your teeth are created.
Initial fitting of the aligner
Regular check-ups with your dentist – recommended every 2-3 weeks
After treatment is completed, retention is recommended in order to prevent relapse. Your dentist can provide further information on the options available.