The Inman Aligner is an orthodontic system for moving the four mainly front teeth in order to correct any unwanted inclinations and achieve the desired aesthetic result. The treating dentist must be a certified user of the Inman Aligner to be sure that they are using the original product.

This system does not work with braces. A special dental plastic splint is used in the mouth, where special springs apply pressure and move the teeth that need treatment. The splint can be taken out of the mouth whenever you want, it is transparent and not as visible as metal braces.

As long as the splint puts pressure on the teeth to be moved, you will need to visit the dentist every two weeks or so, who will use special strips to slightly modify (without being visible to the naked eye) the lateral surfaces of the teeth that need to be moved, in order to create the appropriate space.

The splint is usually worn 15- 20 hours a day. This gives you the option of not wearing it to work or social engagements but it should be worn at all other times of the day. Also, most cases are completed in 6- 16 weeks.

The pressures applied to the teeth are very low and there may be some sensitivity in the early stages of treatment.

You will first need an assessment of your condition by your dentist to determine if the Inman Aligner is the right treatment method for you.

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