Date: December 16, 2010 Richard Jones

Inman Aligner

An Inman Aligner is a type of orthodontic appliance that is used to move the teeth into a more properly aligned position. An Inman Aligner has a lingual coil spring that puts pressure from the back part of the teeth, while a bar across the front part of the teeth puts similar pressure to the teeth – sort of like pushing and pulling at the teeth at the same time. Inman Aligners work best when used on the front teeth, and is preferred by dentists and orthodontists for the treatment of adult relapse; more adults also prefer Inman Aligners over traditional metal braces because an Inman Aligner is less visible compared to metal braces.

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Advantages of Using an Inman Aligner

  • An Inman Aligner can effectively move the front teeth into the desired (properly aligned) position in as little as six to 16 weeks, making Inman Aligners work a lot faster compared to traditional metal braces or even clear braces.
  • Inman Aligners are most cost-effective compared to clear braces and traditional metal braces, which is the reason why more and more adults are turning to an Inman Aligner to help properly align their teeth – especially the ones located at the front of the mouth.
  • An Inman Aligner can be removed whenever needed, so the patient can efficiently clean the teeth while the orthodontic appliance is being used. There is also a smaller risk of bacteria accumulation since the Inman Aligner and the surrounding teeth areas can be successfully cleaned. However, it is important for a patient to wear the Inman Aligners for longer periods of time, since the effectiveness of the Inman Aligner will depend on the length of time it is used.
  • Only one Inman Aligner is needed for the whole duration of the treatment, so there is no need to be fitted with a new aligner every few weeks or so.
  • An Inman Aligner is more comfortable for the patient to wear than traditional metal braces, which have wires and brackets that may cause irritation inside mouth.
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