When you have had enough of having crooked teeth and are considering talking to either a dentist or orthodontist about straightening your teeth, you will probably already know a fair amount about invisible and clear aligners.
While there is a great deal of information online about brands like Invisalign, it may be surprising to learn that there are many other types of invisible aligners to choose from, some which may be more suited to your individual needs.
If you have crooked teeth at the front of your mouth, you may feel that investing in brands like Invisalign is going to be excessively expensive, and may lead you to look around for a more suitable type of invisible brace.
At Vogue Dental Care, we can offer our patients different types of invisible braces in Luton,
taking into account which one you are most likely to see results from in the minimum time possible. Our team will always endeavour to answer any questions that you have in jargon-free language, ensuring that you are completely informed before undertaking any brace with us.
And so, what are some of the most commonly asked questions about the Inman aligner? Read on to find out more about these invisible braces in Luton.
What teeth does it straighten?
As mentioned earlier, the teeth that the Inman aligner is designed to straighten are the ones at the front of your mouth.
Useful for straightening teeth on both the upper and lower jaw, these invisible braces in Luton can straighten malocclusions, protrusions and can resolve issues like overcrowding or spacing.
How does it work?
As an almost invisible aligner, this brace is made primarily from custom-fitted plastic trays, which help to push your teeth into the desired position.
However, this aligner also has 2 gently opposing metal components, which are also used to help move your teeth gradually, without applying excessive amounts of force.
When will I notice the results?
The Inman aligner is a more targeted brace and so, it offers patients an accelerated treatment.
Many of our patients who have used this aligner have noticed movement within the first few weeks of wear, which is extremely fast compared to other braces. Remember, in order to gain this faster treatment time, you will need to wear this brace for a minimum of 16 hours per day.
Is it uncomfortable to wear?
It shouldn’t be.
While this brace is going to be pushing your teeth, its design ensures that it is more comfortable than traditional aligners. If you notice any significant discomfort while wearing it, contact our team at Vogue Dental Care for a check-up.
As it is more specialised, will it cost more?
No; while this is a more targeted brace, the costs associated with metal braces come from the need for orthodontic assessments and the time that the brace is worn for. As this brace can be fitted by a member of our team and offers faster treatment, it is surprisingly affordable. Contact our team today for more information.