Designed for those with slightly crooked teeth, the Inman Aligner, known as the “12-week wonder brace”, is a simple, removable appliance that gives you a hassle-free way of straightening your front teeth. If you only have a minor misalignment to your front teeth, the Inman Aligner is much quicker, safer and stress-free solution to straightening … Continue reading How the Inman Aligner will straighten your teeth
The perfect solution towards the perfect teeth What is the inman aligner? The Inman Aligner, a well-known removable brace designed by Donald Inman, is a simple device that is usually used in order to align front teeth in an easy, unique way. It is the best option to be chosen when you are … Continue reading Inman Aligner : What it is, Advantage,Treatment and How Does the Device Work?
What’s the product? A comfortable and virtually invisible brace that fits over your teeth. It straightens your teeth without disrupting your social life, speech or oral hygiene. You may have heard of the brand INVISALIGN, this is simply a type of invisible brace. They all perform the same result. Benefits: Easy to look after. No pain. … Continue reading Invisible Braces in London Information Sheet
What’s the product? A discreet white fixed accelerated brace that is fitted to the front of your teeth. It straightens the teeth visible in your smile in just 4-9months. Benefits: Fast results. Works 24 hours a day Fewer visits to the clinic needed than traditional braces. Nothing to forget or remember to wear, it just … Continue reading Clear Fixed 6 month braces information sheet (e.g Six month Smiles)
It is possible sometimes to switch from one brace to another but the main thing to do would be to understand why you want to do that and what treatment needs to happen. Most important thing is to ascertain what sort of tooth movement needs to happen and go from there.
This all depends on exactly what sort of tooth movement is trying to happen and what you are suitable for so it’s very important to have a proper assessment and talk through all the options so you can decide what’s right for you.
Yes it is. Any brace can cause a little bit of soreness because it’s something new within the mouth and the most important thing to do is just to use some oral gel and take it easy and understand that you will adapt.
When you put something new in the mouth you produce saliva and when you produce the saliva you feel that there is a bit too much but your mouth does acclimatize to this and you would get used to it. Generally within 48-72 hours it will be fine.