Inman Aligner

Inman Aligner can straighten teeth in as little as four weeks, depending on how much teeth need to be moved.

Because therapy focuses on aligning only a few teeth, Inman Aligner is one of the most cost-effective ways to align teeth.

Inman Aligner offers a non-invasive alternative to crowns and veneers to align front teeth.

Inman Aligners is discreetly designed, which means that it is minimally noticeable during therapy.


Not every patient needs therapy that works on all teeth, as many have only a few problematic front teeth that spoil their smile. Until recently, the possibilities of such therapy were expensive and based on invasive methods, but that changed with the arrival of revolutionary Inman Aligner.

Most cases end between 6 and 16 weeks, so it is a faster alternative to more expensive, invisible splints or. foil. IAS Inman Aligner is an effective and predictable way to settle simple anterior cases. This discreet, cost-effective appliance only works on the front teeth and precisely because it does not move all the teeth, it is much more effective than many other appliances. Two transparent arches at the front and rear of the teeth are activated by springs. This creates a gentle pressure that directs the front teeth to their ideal position.

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