For over twenty years, Smile More Dental Care has offered Orthodontic treatments from our Central London clinic. We’ve helped serve patients in and around the London area with our Orthodontic solutions. The Inman Aligner is a popular treatment that can get results in just 12 weeks.
We’ve answered common questions our patients frequently ask about the Inman Aligner before treatment. However, every patient’s teeth are different. You can book an appointment with us for questions that specifically relate to you.
How long should I wear the Inman Aligner for?
The recommended daily amount is to wear your Inman Aligner for 20 hours per day, only taking it out whilst you eat and brush your teeth. The longer you wear the Inman Aligner, the more effective it’ll be in a short space of time.
Will I be able to eat with an Inman aligner?
During this type of orthodontic treatment, you won’t be able to eat whilst wearing the Inman aligner. However, you can remove the Inman Aligner before eating as well as brushing your teeth too.
How much does an Inman Aligner cost?
Every orthodontic treatment we design is specific to that particular patient. There isn’t a set price on the Inman Aligner. Depending on what we’re looking to achieve, the Inman Aligner can typically cost around £1,200. Contact us on 02075861210 for more information.
Does the Inman Aligner hurt?
Smile More Dental Care ensures that during the treatment process, the Inman Aligner creates no pain and remains comfortable on your teeth. Your teeth may feel sensitive in the first few days, but this is entirely normal and your teeth will gradually grow accustomed to the slight pressure.
Would the Inman Aligner work for me?
The Inman aligner is typically suitable for people with:
- Crowded upper teeth
- Crowded lower teeth
- Protruding front teeth
- Gaps between the teeth
- Uneven teeth
- Misaligned teeth
It is less suitable for people with biting problems and cannot be used to move back teeth. The aligner can also be used in what is known as pre-restorative alignment.
By using an Inman aligner to move the body of the tooth into the correct place it allows your dentist to restore them using veneers, bonding or crowns in a more conservative and natural way.
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