Many people worry about their teeth, whether it’s concern over the health of one’s teeth or about an unappealing smile. Straighter teeth, for example, is something that many of us yearn for. A new device for helping to straighten teeth while saving you money and without endangering the aesthetics of your teeth is now at hand, in the form of Inman Aligners.
What are Inman Aligners?
The Inman Aligner is a removable brace that is specifically used to straighten the front upper teeth, which are some of the most common teeth requiring adjustment in young adults and teenagers.
Upon the release of Inman Aligners in 2000 the only alternative to fix crooked teeth was traditional braces and porcelain veneers. While braces were effective and generally cheap when compared to veneers, their aesthetics made them rather unappealing to many people; while invisible braces were less effective and took longer to produce results.
Porcelain veneers were very effective, bringing spectacular results over a very short period of time. The main drawback, however, was the rather large price tag, as well as the need to remove parts of tooth enamel in order to fit them, something many people weren’t happy to do.
The Inman Aligner addresses all these issues, being both aesthetically pleasing and very fast acting, as well as not having a price tag only the wealthy can afford; and not demanding the removal of health tooth matter as is the case with porcelain veneers.
While prices for braces, veneers and aligners are different from patient to patient, braces, which are vastly cheaper than veneers, can cost around £5,000, while the new Inman Aligner can cost as little as £1,150, a significant decrease which leaves only one question. Why would anyone choose braces or veneers over aligners?