Inman Aligners are a removable appliance which, by exerting continuous gentle pressure, corrects misaligned or crowded front teeth in just 6-16 weeks.
This means you get a straighter smile faster and you don’t have to have any healthy tooth surface removed as is the case with dental veneers.
So, if you want a healthy, tooth saving, quick option to gappy or uneven teeth, then the Inman Aligner may be the answer for you.
Each Dentist that wishes to prescribe the remarkable Inman aligner orthodontic system needs to attend training and become a licensed Inman Aligner dentist, this means you can be assured of the quality orthodontic treatment from our dental practice in Portishead, Bristol.
The Inman aligners is removable, fast and represents a totally new concept in cosmetic dentistry. As the cost of orthodontic treatment is kept lower, the Inman Aligner is often the cheapest orthodontic treatment available from the options we have here.
The Inman aligner works by applying gentle and constant pressure to your teeth using a revolutionary type of spring. The Inman aligner treatment from our practice in Bristol, offers one of the most rapid treatments for squint, crooked or uneven front teeth.
This treatment also keeps the cost of orthodontic treatment to a minimum, when coupled with the rapid treatment this makes it one of the most popular orthodontic options.
Please refer to our fee guide on the website or call us on 01275 842 550
It’s easy to pay for your orthodontic treatment at Evolve Dentistry. We ask for a 30% deposit when you have your brace fitted, work out how many months your treatment is likely to take, and the balance is paid by standing order for the number of months your treatment is expected take, with the final balance paid when the brace is taken off. The full balance must be paid by the time that your brace is taken off. Everyone’s teeth move at different rates, your treatment may take more or less time than we predict, this does not affect the total cost that you pay.
Your package includes the following:
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