November 4th, 2014
If you’re looking for an innovative way to straighten your teeth, look no further than the Inman Aligner. This incredible removable appliance takes a matter of weeks to produce stunning straight smiles.
What exactly is the Inman Aligner?
The Inman Aligner is a removable orthodontic appliance, which uses gentle forces to align the teeth comfortably and quickly. The aligner is essentially made up of a coiled spring, which sits behind the front teeth and a metal bar, which runs across the front teeth; these parts generate forces, which push and pull the teeth, causing them to move in the desired direction.
This treatment is geared towards patients who only require a small amount of movement; it targets the front teeth and also provides a solution for patients who have experienced relapse following previous treatment.
Could the Inman Aligner be the right choice for me?
If you have minor issues that affect your front teeth, such as mild crowding or a small gap between your front teeth and you’re searching for a swift orthodontic solution, the Inman Aligner could be the ideal match for you. This treatment produces results in just 16 weeks and the metal bar is much more discreet than traditional fixed braces; the aligner also uses the latest technology to reduce friction, so you won’t feel any pain.
The Inman Aligner is also a really good choice for patients who prefer the flexibility of a removable brace; with this treatment, you can eat and clean your teeth without wearing your brace, which means that you don’t have to make any drastic changes to your diet or your daily oral hygiene regime.
March 18th, 2014
Teeth can often grow ugly in south east London: most people would have had them sorted out at an early age, but for others, they wouldn’t have bothered. However, with the passing of time, these can become an issue; you may find yourself ducking out of photograph’s and having crooked teeth can often hold you back from expressing yourself; time then to do something about it for once and for all. Now if it’s just the front teeth that are the issue here, you can get a treatment that will blow your socks off. For a reasonable price, you can have the removable Inman aligner fitted that, because of its unique mechanism, it will literally shake your teeth free and have them on the move before you know it. This wonderful gadget will keep your teeth on the go until they are set into their new home and though afterwards a retainer will be required to prevent the teeth popping back to their original position, your teeth could be fixed up in as little as 6 weeks! Now most people of a certain generation would shy away from any orthodontic treatment, but this could be the answer they have been waiting for most of their lives.
December 30th, 2012
There really is no better time than now to bite the bullet and go and get your teeth straightened. The market around London SE1 is full of fantastic gismos designed specifically to deal with different types of orthodontic problems as quickly as possible and with the utmost discretion. However when it comes to getting the job done quickly, there truly is none faster than the Inman aligner. This device comes with a very unique system of moving the teeth to and fro, but by keeping them on the move all of the time, they move frighteningly fast- 6 weeks fast in fact and that’s no lie! Its only drawback, if any, is the design of the aligner only works on the teeth at the front, but this is definitely the device for you if you fit the bill. Another advantage of wearing this is that it is removable whenever the occasion arises, such as maintaining oral hygiene. Because the teeth move so quickly, they will have the tendency to spring back into place from whence they came, so a retainer needs to be worn until they have stabilised into their new home. The cost of this tailored-to-you device starts from around £1200, but that’s nothing to finally getting your teeth done after all those years in such a short amount of time.
August 12th, 2012
Many people suffer from crooked teeth. While some are born with it, others suffer dental injuries that can change and alter the shape of your teeth. Left unaddressed, crooked teeth can continue to get worse over time. With usage, whether eat, drinking or talking, the crooked teeth will be pressured in different directions, gradually worsening the problem over the years. It is important to address the issue as soon as possible. Your London SE1 dentist suggests Inman aligners as a possible solution that is relatively quick and easy and does not involve extensive surgery or years of maintain braces.
Your dentist will be able to professionally fit a set of removable Inman aligner which gently, but firmly, shift your teeth back into the correct direction, making a set of beautifully aligned front teeth in as little as a week. Since they are easily removable you can take them out to clean them, when you need to eat or when attending social events. Unlike some bracers, it is not necessary to have them permanently attached to your teeth for a long period of time.
Using tiny nickel titanium springs at the back and a wire running along the front, Inman aligners will keep continuous pressure on your front teeth (both top and bottom) to move them back into the correct position and orientation. The only side effects should be mild and last a few days as you adjust to wearing the product initially. Beyond the first few days you will most likely forget you are even wearing it.
July 30th, 2011
Crooked teeth- whether or not they cause you any problems physically, cosmetically they are going to nag away at you until you do something about them. When you look in a mirror or when you have your photo taken, you will be constantly reminded of them. But sometimes, we can be the victims of our stubbornness in London SE1. Even though the teeth annoy us, the thought of having to wear a brace, especially if we are, pardon the pun, a little long in the tooth, is not even an option. But before you pooh-pooh the idea altogether, maybe you should take a look at the Inman aligner. The beauty and success of
this device lies in its unique mechanism. It pushes the teeth from the inside with a spring activated bar, while pulling on the teeth on the outside with a cosmetically sympathetic wire. Keeping the teeth on the move all the time means that they move extremely quickly into place: its boast being as fast as six weeks! Now even for the most stubborn of us, that’s a very attractive proposition. And if you need any more convincing, it’s also one of the easiest aligner to wear as it is removable. This means you retain an incredible freedom when having a meal or when cleaning your teeth.
February 1st, 2011
For some of us living in south east London, we may reach a time in our lives when we consider having certain dental treatments, such as teeth alignment, to late to have in our lives. If you are happy with this, so be it. But it’s never too late. An Inman aligner is one such device aimed at the older person. Once it is in position, it stays where it is and allows a bar to place pressure on the outside of the teeth, whilst a coiled, titanium spring, that maintains a constant pressure on the teeth, also reverses the pressure on the inside. These constant, opposing forces, get the teeth used to movement and then squeezes them into place- extremely quickly. The Inman aligner has been known to complete the treatment in as little as 6 weeks- now that’s not a lot of time out of your life, however old you are. Another bonus to the treatment is that the aligner can be taken out when desired, making it great for cleaning your teeth and eating. Having very similar advantages to that of invisible aligners, the Inman is starting to take over in the popularity stakes due to its results speed and its price.
October 20th, 2010
The Inman Aligner is a brace that solves many misaligned teeth problems; very few of us have perfect teeth and we all need a little help from time to time says a London SE1 dentist. The aligner doesn`t work well on the back teeth, but it has had great success on the front teeth. The process starts off with your dentist taking an impression of your teeth, and then they will take digital photos and X-rays. This information is sent to a computer program that will make a 3D CGI film of the teeth through the varying stages of the process. It also works out the design of the braces, and where the pulleys and pressure points should be in order to affect maximum results. The only sign that it is a brace, and not a sporting gum shield, is a thin metal strip that runs along the front of the brace. The process takes anywhere from 2-5 months to complete. This time period obviously depends on the amount of movement needed.
July 3rd, 2010
The Inman aligner is a self contained brace that realigns the teeth in adults that have problem teeth, says a South east London dentist. The units are pre-prepared and changed every two weeks to make sure they keep working on the teeth. From digital photos an orthodontist and a computer programmer will feed the information into a program to get the pressure points and design, and then make a series of braces to do the job. One by-product is a 3D computer generated film that shows the entire procedure, so the patient and dentist can keep a track on progress. The patient has the braces changed every two weeks to keep up the pressure as part of the course; the unit is similar to a gum shield and contains all the springs and pressure wires to do the job. The brace can be taken out for eating and cleaning or just for a rest, unlike conventional braces. As long as they aren`t out for any longer than 4 hours per day, it is fine to pop them out and then back in. With all the bits hidden on the inside anyway, it looks just like a clear gum shield except for a thin bar across the front that holds it all together. It is great for moving front teeth, but doesn’t work too well on the back teeth, for that you`ll to use the Invisalign Brace which is so called because it is almost invisible by not having the thin bar running across it, although it works in the same way.
April 2nd, 2010
Inman Aligners are a very clever way of straightening teeth they were devised to not only progress dental methods of aligning teeth, but also to improve the confidence of the patience. Braces have always had an impact on the wearer and this has over the generations given children an unkind stigma, and led to bullying in a lot of cases. The great advantage that Inman Aligners have is their flexibility and the unique way they work to straighten teeth in a short time. Unlike traditional braces and invisible braces the Inman method uses springs that adjust more evenly, this way the teeth can be manoeuvred into position without too much readjustment. In fact most of the adjustment is actually done by the teeth themselves, as they are moved on a daily basis the springs will tighten or loosen on the necessary points and this makes the whole procedure work quicker. Inman Aligners are however most effective on the front teeth on the top and bottom sets, Invisaligns are used mostly for the back teeth says a dentist from SE1 in London. However, the good news is that most U.K. dentists now use a combination of both these braces to fix whole sets of badly misaligned teeth. The Inman Aligners have been popular in the U.S. and are now used widely in the U.K. either on their own, or in conjunction with other methods to solve the problem of our misaligned teeth. Fewer visits to the dentist chair are another advantage of Inman Aligners, unlike other methods that sometimes need a visit every few weeks the Inman method is a self adjusting one. It works quite simply by gently squeezing the teeth into the right position with the springs doing most of the work; this is then adjusted by a counter bar that repositions the springs and the pressure. As they are behind the teeth they are also harder to see.