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An Inman Aligner is a removable dental appliance that is used in cosmetic dentistry to align crooked front teeth. In terms of a dental treatment it is perfect as an isolated treatment or can also be used to pre-align teeth prior to other cosmetic treatments.

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As a treatment, this type of aligner has been around for many years, but it’s popularity has increased in recent years with many celebrity clients espousing their use. Increased attention in the media has also seen them becoming asked for more and more often in dental practices up and down the length and breadth of the UK.

The main benefits of the IA system are :

  • They are really simple to use, they work quickly and they tend to cost less than many of the other systems out there today, so they represent excellent value for money.
  • It does not have to be worn 24 hours a day.
  • Rather than traditional methods, where you would normally have two braces, the IA is essentially only one.
  • It is almost completely invisible and can also be worn as a retainer.

How does it work?

You will be fitted with an aligner with two opposing spring loaded bars. These apply gentle and safe constant forces to straighten your front teeth quickly and discreetly. If you’re looking to find out more about the Inman Aligner Glasgow city dentist Cashel Daisleyshould be your first port of call.

How long do I have to wear it for?

The aligner is worn for 16-18 hours a day and is removed for eating, drinking and cleaning your teeth. Treatment is often completed in only 6-18 weeks.

How much does the treatment cost?

The cost of treatment varies per patient so we would discuss this with you at your initial free consultation. We also offer flexible payment options however a reasonable expectation of cost is around £1850


We offer a Free consultation and interest free finance and longer term finance are available, subject to individual status.

By David Cashel