July 20th, 2012
Straightening your teeth can seem like a long and slow process. Braces typically take up to a year or even two to have the desired effect. But now, new patented technology has been developed that can straighten teeth fast with Inman Aligner. You will no longer need to be concerned about hiding your teeth when smiling; you’ll be able to share your perfect smile with the world. Not only can crooked teeth be unattractive but they risk causing further damage. Unaligned teeth put pressure at unusual angles against each other, further pushing them into crooked positions. Using Inman Aligners will set your teeth straight and avoid this happening in the future.
The technology uses tiny springs that are very specifically designed to place the correct amount of constant pressure on your teeth. Over time your teeth will be pushed into the correct position. The best thing about Inman Aligners is it can have an effect in only 8 weeks. Since each person has a unique set of teeth the length of time will vary but the special design generally allows teeth to be repositioned in much less time than traditional braces. No longer will you need to be stuck with braces for several years.
The procedure for getting the Inman Aligners is straight forward and will involve the dentist measuring and fitting it, along with some follow ups to assure the teeth are progressing as they should. Being removable it is possible to clean the Aligner easily and keep it healthy without any problem. You will also be able to clean your teeth as normal, without a brace getting in the way. Ask your Surbiton dentist how Inman Aligners could help you get the smile that you want.
May 18th, 2010
The invisalign brace is a brace that is almost invisible to the eye, and it does a brilliant job of straightening your adult teeth. It is also removable and so when you need to lose it, at a business lunch for instance, you can simply pop it out, then pop it back in afterwards. This doesn`t affect the procedure at all, in fact you will also want to take it out when you are cleaning your teeth, says a Surrey dentist. Your dentist will take digital photos and make a mould of your teeth; these are scanned into a computer program. The programmer then works out all the pressure points that will be incorporated into the series of braces that will form the main crux of the treatment, the braces are replaced with an advanced one every two weeks by your dentist. You will also be seeing a 3D film produced by the computer; this will show you and your dentist the whole procedure from start to finish. You will also get to see the end result as a CGI even before you start the treatment, you will also be able to keep a track on the progress on the way it is going as you go along. It is good for fixing front and back teeth as the pressure points are all installed on the inner part of the brace, with no visible parts to see this makes the brace almost invisible. The treatment takes around 8 months for most people, but there are reports of periods of just 3 months to fix minor misalignments. To find out if an Invisalign is right for you, you will need to consult with your dentist first. You should be able to start the treatment fairly quickly once the initial tests are done.
April 7th, 2010
If you are unhappy about the alignment of your teeth but have never really fancied the idea of wearing fixed orthodontic braces to correct them, then the Inman aligner may be just the tool for you.
The Inman aligner was introduced towards the end of the 90s in the US and has been causing a stir in the dental community ever since. In the last few years it has also been more commonly used in the UK to straighten teeth in remarkable fast times. The Inman aligner can produce visibly straighter teeth in as little as six weeks, although for the maximum effect Sunbury dentists recommend wearing it for six months on average.
The aligner works by using the power of a coiled spring to move the lateral teeth. This then creates room for the front teeth to move into and straighten. The teeth are simultaneously pushed and pulled into position and aligned against a discreet metal wire, the only part of the aligner visible when in the mouth.
One of the other major benefits of the Inman aligner, apart from its fast results, is the fact it is completely removable. As long as the aligner is worn for around twenty hours a day it will retain its effectiveness but this does mean it can be taken out for eating, playing sport and any other important occasion.
The Inman aligner is also cheaper than most other orthodontic straighteners, which may account for its rapidly increasing popularity. It really is the straightening device for people who don’t want braces and could give you the perfect teeth you’ve always wanted. Ask a Sunbury dentist for more information about the Inman aligner.