What would you say if you could straighten your teeth without braces in just 6-16 months? With the Inman Aligner, it’s completely possible. The Inman Aligner is a removable orthodontic retainer that is delivered by your dentist. It is removable, making it easier to care for throughout the day when it comes to brushing, flossing, and enjoying your favorite foods. Best of all – you don’t have to go to the orthodontist office for a straighter looking smile.
The Inman Aligner retainer uses constant slight pressure on appropriate teeth to gradually move the teeth each day. Since there are not wires or brackets, the pressure allows movement to occur at a quicker rate. That’s why results are seen so quickly. The length of treatment is much quicker than any other type of orthodontic treatment available, making it perfect for people who want straighter teeth but not the commitment of lengthy treatments like braces or other types of aligners.
How does it work so fast? The Inman Aligner only addresses the teeth in the front of your mouth – the ones that most patients are concerned with when it comes to how their smile looks. With the slight pressure of wearing the aligner throughout the day, the front teeth can move at an accelerated rate because the retainer isn’t trying to correct other teeth as well. Focusing the realignment to just the front of the mouth is what produces such a short time frame.
Do you have gaps between your front teeth, crowding, or misalignment that shows when you laugh or smile? Do you want straighter teeth but don’t want to spend 12 months or more in braces? Then it’s time to ask your dentist about the convenience of the Inman Aligner.
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