September 19th, 2013
So how do you fancy getting those goofy old teeth sorted out for once and for all- and quickly too? The Inman aligner is the one to do it for you in the city of London. Not only is this device removable throughout your treatment- excellent for your oral hygiene, but it works amazingly fast. Its mechanism literally shakes your front teeth loose and then hauls them into place. This means that those funny teeth of yours can be in place in as little as 6 weeks! Now of course, once the Inman has been taken out after such quick work, the teeth will feel the desire to spring out again, so you will have to wear a retainer after to prevent this from happening, but it won’t be for long, just until your teeth have settled and bedded into their new home. It isn’t that expensive, and it will be made bespoke to fit your mouth. But hey! 6 weeks? Who would argue with that?
August 29th, 2013
It has to be said that the world of orthodontics in London has really upped its game over the past 30 years or so. There are some stunning little devices on the market that will straighten your teeth, quickly and discreetly, just what you need to get through this tempestuous time in your life. But if you look at the options, in the mix of all these choices is an absolute missile of a device that is absolutely dynamic in the way it straightens your teeth- the brash and sharp-shooting Inman aligner. It won’t be for everyone because the mechanics and design of it means that it only works on the front upper teeth, but if that’s you, you’re in for a treat. It has that luxury of being removable for a start, so it doesn’t infringe on your oral hygiene but once in place, it gets to work immediately: a bar and wire will loosen up your teeth by rocking them and then pulling them back into the required place. This technique leads to rapid movement and you will be blown away by how fast your teeth will move- it can be as quick as 6 weeks! Now, don’t ask about price or anything silly, 6 weeks should be the biggest incentive for getting rid of those buck teeth that have been annoying you all your life!
August 10th, 2013
Your teeth are a precious commodity to you in central London and the way you smile can mean the difference between success and failure in a rocking city such as this. Getting your teeth straightened is just part of this ingredient and if your have funny front teeth that have been troubling you for years, you should take a look at the Inman aligner because in just 6 weeks it will rock your teeth into place and blow your mind! It is quite a complex device but you can’t argue with the results. You can take it out at your fancy throughout this quick fix and for around £1500, that’s an incredible deal considering you are finally getting your teeth fixed up and sorted out. You will have to pop in a retainer from time to time afterwards because your teeth will want to spring back again because of such rapid movement, but considering what you are getting, it is worth the ‘pain’ and your teeth will look better than they ever have after the treatment is over- think about it, 6 weeks.
October 12th, 2012
One of the problems that puts people off getting their teeth properly aligned in central London is the time it takes to get the work done and sure, in some cases, the whole treatment can take up to three years to complete. But the rub here is that you are never going to be happy with your teeth if they stick out and however long it takes, you should get it over and done with, not just for the vanity of it all, but because correcting your teeth can be healthy for your bite as well. Well then, all you goofy types, you don’t have to enroll on a lengthy course of action, because the Inman has arrived and whatever your age and your concerns, any issues are blown out of the water because this fellow can have your teeth straightened in just 6 weeks! Its design limits it to only those that have buck front teeth, so if yours fit this bill, check-out this aligner. It comes in the form of a plate, shaped to suit your mouth and which houses a bar that sits against the inside of the teeth and a wire that wraps around the outside of the teeth: both are connected together through springs at the back of the plate. Both bar and wire work against each other, gently wriggling the teeth loose and pulling them into position- such constant movement means the teeth move fast. After the treatment, a retainer needs to be worn to allow the teeth to bed into their new position, but throughout the treatment, the aligner can be removed so that you can clean your teeth normally. Now surely you can put up with this for 6 weeks?!
May 15th, 2010
Cleaning your teeth is hard enough at the best of times, but when you`re wearing a brace it can be really awkward says a Central London dentist. The most important thing with braces is flossing; this will remove more food debris and therefore bacterium, than any other method of cleaning your teeth. You should also buy yourself a specially designed tooth cum brace brush known as a Proxabrush; ask your dentist about these particular brushes or at a major chemist shop. With flossing, if you choose non-waxed, thin thread floss then you will be able to get around the frames on the teeth. You will also find that using the thin floss you will be able to thread it through the wires and get into places that are hard even for the Proxabrush. Always give your mouth a good rinse out, using a good mouth wash, floss first then brush. Usually you will see your dentist every 6 months, but with braces you will need to halve that to 3 monthly appointments as they will need to remove the tartar build up more frequently. Braces needn`t always be a burden, it just needs a bit more better planning when it comes to the cleaning regime. Bacterium and acid builds up in the mouth and will cause you extra problems with braces, at night the saliva gland stops working, so throughout the day and night keep some water handy to swig, and swish around your mouth. There are now braces that do all the usual things a brace does, but they are removable when you need to clean your teeth or eat, they are called Inman Aligners and Invisalign Braces and are used mainly with adults, but the old style braces are still out there; and it just needs a little careful planning and common sense when keeping them clean and sterile.