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What Does The Inman Aligner Cost UK Patients?

What Does The Inman Aligner Cost UK Patients?

So you might have heard all the fuss about the latest in adult orthodontics and want to know what the Inman aligner cost UK patients? Here at our orthodontics Manchester practice our aligners start from as little as £1000 and as such offer patients a cheaper way of shifting teeth. That said, aside from the cost, there are several advantages that the Inman Aligner has over other adult braces in Manchester .

Surprisingly the Inman Aligner has been around for a number of years but has only recently gained popularity due to the media attention where Hollywood A-listers such as Tom Cruise and R&B star Estelle have been seen sporting them. But it isn’t just the fact that it’s been embraced by the celeb fraternity, that makes them popular. The reason is that the aligner actually does a great job and what’s more it can do it in record time!

The Inman Aligner is one of a growing number of short-term or fast orthodontics designed to concentrate on straightening the upper and lower front teeth which are visible in your smile line. It has the ability to straighten teeth in as little as 6 weeks. As such it’s often used in cases where a patient has failed to wear their retainer after previous orthodontic treatment and their teeth have fallen out of line once more. If you can relate to this then come and talk to our braces Manchester clinic at Church Road dental for advice.

So how does the Inman aligner work? 

Instead of the usual brackets and wiring that most brace appliances have, the Inman Aligner is a removable system that utilises a series of springs and bows to push and pull teeth back into position. Because opposing forces are used in unison, it creates a higher range of movement meaning that teeth are moved quicker.

Is it for everyone?

At our orthodontics Manchester practice we suggest that the Inman Aligner isn’t able to fix problems with posterior (back) teeth or major orthodontic problems. Instead, other forms of conventional fixed braces or clear aligners such as Invisalign would be better suited. That said, the Inman Aligner does what it does and it does it well and when you consider the Inman Aligner cost UK, as opposed to say Invisalign, then there really is no comparison.


To find out more about the Inman Aligner as a type of fast braces Manchester treatment, contact us today on 0161 660 1218 and take the first steps towards straighter teeth and a happier you.

What Does The Inman Aligner Cost UK Patients?

Invisalign Manchester vs the Inman Aligner – Which Is Best?

If you’re in need of orthodontic treatment that doesn’t necessitate the use of fixed bracket and wiring style braces, your options are unfortunately limited. That said, there are still several choices and these include Invisalign Manchester or the Inman aligner. Cost UK is on a par with that of other countries, so here at Hulme Orthodontics we thought it was a good idea to write a post detailing the advantages and disadvantages of both, with particular attention to teeth crowding.

But why teeth crowding per se?

The prime use of the Inman aligner is to help those who didn’t successfully wear a retainer after previous orthodontic treatment. As such and over time, their front teeth have crowded once more. The issue is that many of these people don’t want to wear braces again and by having an easily removable, non-fixed, aligner style system, both Invisalign and the Inman aligner offer a refreshing alternative.

Firstly Invisalign.

Rather than being just one appliance, the Invisalign aligner is in fact a whole series of aligners made to fit the patient’s teeth. These are worn over the teeth just like an invisible plastic gum shield and the tight fit forces the teeth to move into a certain position. Once the teeth have moved to the subsequent relative position, the current aligner is discarded and a new aligner fitted. The next aligner in the series moves the teeth a certain distance again until eventually, after numerous changes and some time later, the patient has straighter teeth.

So what are the advantages of Invisalign Manchester aligners

  • Enables a patient to straighten crooked teeth without the stigma of being an adult who wears braces
  • They’re made from clear acrylic so once in position they appear virtually invisible
  • They can be used for a wide variety of treatments.
  • The aligners can be easily removed and are not permanently fixed.

While Invisalign has its advantages, it also has its disadvantages. These are:

  • When compared to other orthodontic treatments including the Inman aligner, cost UK is usually higher, so they are not a cheap option.
  • The aligners need to be removed every time you eat and drink anything except water
  • For success, Invisalign aligners need to remain in the mouth for around 22 hours a day, so patients need to be disciplined and conditioned to doing so

So what about the Inman Aligner?

At our Hulme Orthodontics practice the Inman aligner is one of the most popular removable brace systems we have, and not without good reason. As with standard orthodontic appliances the Inman aligner consists of just one appliance that’s worn for the duration of the treatment. It works by utilising a series of springs and bows which push and pull the upper and lower front teeth back into position using gentle sustained pressure. However just like Invisalign the Inman aligner is designed to be removable.

So let’s take a look at the advantages

  • It’s easily removable and easy to clean.
  • It’s less expensive than Invisalign and many other orthodontic treatments
  • Because it’s designed to correct only the upper and lower front teeth it works fast (typically 6-12 weeks).

What about the disadvantages?

  • While discreet, unlike Invisalign, the Inman aligner consists of a a small metal bar which can be seen when patients smile or speak.
  • It can appear more bulky than the plastic aligner shells of Invisalign
  • It’s designed only for correcting the front teeth

As you can see both Invisalign Manchester aligners and the Inman aligners serve a particular purpose, but the Inman aligner being designed for a specific job, is less flexible in terms of what it can achieve. If you’d like to find out more about teeth straightening in general or Invisalign and Inman Aligner cost UK, then book an appointment with the Hulme Orthodontics team on 0161 660 1218 today.

Clear Fixed Braces vs The Inman Aligner – Which Is Best?

Clear Fixed Braces vs The Inman Aligner – Which Is Best?

Short term orthodontic treatment for adults is undoubtedly a hot topic. The ability to quickly move a limited amount of teeth is an attractive proposition for many people. The question many patients ask  when they visit our smile dentist Manchester is “Why choose full term treatments such as clear fixed braces, when accelerated treatments do it in a fraction of the time?”  In order to answer this, let’s compare long term fixed braces against the faster Inman Aligner treatment and see which is best.

While both clear fixed braces and Inman Aligner cost UK are similar, the key factor is to consider how you view each treatment. For example full term fixed brace appliances are usually worn for a minimum of 12 months up to a maximum of 3 years and in the right hands the results achieved are pretty close to perfection. By this we mean

  • All front and back teeth are back into their optimum positions
  • The tooth roots are also neatly aligned along with the teeth
  • Full orthodontic control so that any teeth can be moved into any position.

This is what you get with longer term treatments such as lingual braces, clear view braces such as Invisalign, and conventional clear fixed braces.

Alternatively short term or fast treatments such as the Inman Aligner don’t tick quite so many boxes.

  • Treatment can only move the front upper and lower teeth, so back teeth are ignored
  • Tooth roots can’t be straightened
  • While great results can be achieved, they can’t fix every single movement in the same way that fixed braces can.

So why would someone come to visit a smile dentist in Manchester seeking Inman aligner treatment?

While the Inman Aligner cost UK people restrictions on what can be achieved, let’s put it this way… If you had a choice to cosmetically improve your smile through orthodontic treatment in just 12-18 weeks, then you’d probably jump at the chance, and understandably so. As a result, for those people seeking a quick cosmetic fix to a relatively simple dental problem then they’d likely opt for fast orthodontic treatment over longer term clear fixed braces. However for those with malocclusions, overcrowded teeth, and other bite problems then they’d be more likely to lean towards more conventional options.

Ultimately the only way to be sure of the direction you want to go is to talk to an experienced smile dentist. Manchester-based Church Road Dental for example offers free, no-obligation consultations where patients can get all their questions and concerns answered, allowing them to make a fully informed decision. To find out more about Inman Aligner cost UK, or types of clear fixed braces, book an appointment with us today. Call us on 0161 660 1218 and take the first steps towards restoring your perfect smile.

Inman Aligner Before And After – Crooked to Straight Teeth Faster

Inman Aligner Before And After – Crooked to Straight Teeth Faster

More and more people having seen for themselves Inman Aligner before and after pictures are choosing to have this type of treatment, and not without good reason. For example, the Inman aligner cost UK people less for their treatment than with other aligners such as Invisalign. In addition, since it’s termed as an accelerated treatment, it achieves results faster. But how exactly does the Inman Aligner straighten teeth? Let’s take a closer look.

If for example, you’ve read on a lingual braces blog about other forms of discreet orthodontic treatment and how they operate, you’ll know that the Inman Aligner is different in many ways. Firstly it’s known as a removable brace system, meaning it can be easily put in and taken out of the mouth. This is unlike many other orthodontic appliances that are fixed to the teeth for the duration of the treatment. Also, as the name suggests, it does away with traditional brackets and wiring which have long been associated with conventional brace systems. So how do they work?

Like all other types of orthodontic appliance, they operate by applying sustained and gentle force to the teeth in order to slowly move them back into position. What’s different about the Inman Aligner is that it uses applied pressure to the front and back of the teeth using buccal and lingual spring loaded bows to move them quicker. As a result the differences seen in Inman Aligner before and after treatment pictures can be achieved in a matter of weeks, as opposed to months with other systems. This makes it suitable as a stand alone treatment or as a primary treatment before undergoing other cosmetic treatment such as bonding and/or porcelain veneers

Compromised orthodontic treatment

The Inman Aligner is known as a compromised orthodontic treatment in that it only straightens the six upper and lower teeth which are visible when you smile. Since it has the ability to do this in as little as 4-12 weeks, it can be said that the Inman Aligner cost UK patients very little time too.

While the Inman Aligner isn’t ideal for every case, it is perfect for those needing minor teeth straightening or for those who have a big event coming up and who really want to look their best. All treatment is planned using a 3D computer so that the dentist knows exactly how much space needs to be created or closed; but in addition the patient can see exactly how their smile will look, before they commence treatment.

If you’ve read a lingual braces blog and feel that you need something equally as discreet; or you want to avoid the conventional fixed bracket and wiring brace systems and the often lengthy treatment times, then consider the Inman Aligner. The differences seen in Inman Aligner before and after pictures can be pretty impressive and what’s more, treatment is carried out in a fraction of the time. So why not give us a call on 0161 660 1218 and ask us about Inman Aligner cost UK and how it can help restore your great looking smile.

Teeth Straightening Manchester – Inman Aligner vs Invisalign

Teeth Straightening Manchester – Inman Aligner vs Invisalign

If you’re seeking adult teeth straightening in Manchester that doesn’t involve traditional bracket and wiring style appliances, you have several options open to you. Two of the main contenders are the fast orthodontic treatment of the Inman Aligner (cost UK – around £1200-£1500) or the longer-term Invisalign system (cost UK – around £2500-£4000). Aside from the initial pricing, there are some other differences too, so with this in mind, let’s take a closer look.

The Inman Aligner

As the name suggests the Inman aligner uses an ‘aligner’ style process to straighten teeth as opposed to conventional brackets and wiring. This utilises a series of springs and bows which apply continued gentle force in order to push and pull the teeth back into position. Primarily it’s used for those who failed to wear a retainer after wearing braces as a child and subsequently their front teeth have crowded. Generally these people no longer want the ordeal of having to wear full braces, but need a solution to their crowded teeth problems. For these reasons the Inman Aligner fits the bill perfectly. While the Invisalign system can also do this, its preferred use is for long-term, full orthodontic treatment. This is something the Inman Aligner can’t do.

Because the Inman Aligner concentrates its efforts on the front upper and lower teeth which are visible when you smile, success is usually fast. Orthodontic treatment involving the aligner tends to show results in as little as 4-12 weeks. However just like the Invisalign system, results are usually dictated by the patient’s willingness to wear the aligner which is designed to be easily and fully-removable.

So that’s the Inman Aligner. What about Invisalign?

If you have significant teeth problems and need long-term teeth straightening, Manchester dentists might suggest the Invisalign system. Just like the Inman Aligner it’s a removable ‘aligner style’ system that doesn’t rely on traditional brackets and wiring to move teeth. However unlike the Inman Aligner which relies on one single apparatus worn for the duration of your treatment, Invisalign involves a number or series of separate aligners. This could be up to 48 aligners for the treatment, depending upon the severity of your dental condition.

As a comprehensive orthodontic treatment, Invisalign works very well. However as we already know, a large range of tooth problems is something the Inman Aligner can’t fix. Should this matter? Not really no, because the reality is that perfect candidates for an Inman Aligner wouldn’t necessarily benefit better from Invisalign treatment and indeed, the opposite is certainly true.

Of course the type of patient needing treatment isn’t the only differing feature. If you’re after complete discretion then Invisalign wins hands down. Where the Inman Aligner has a small but distinctive metal bar that can be seen, Invisalign aligners consist of a series of clear acrylic shells that are worn over the teeth just like a gum shield. The idea being that each aligner moves the teeth to a subsequent position before it’s discarded and the next one in the series is worn. When the aligners are worn, it’s hard to notice them. On the contrary the Inman Aligner cost UK patients the chance of complete discretion. Whereas with Invisalign treatment taking anything from 1-3 years to complete, It means that patients can opt for long-term treatments without feeling self-conscious.

To find out more about teeth straightening, Manchester-based Church Road dental and Cosmetics are happy to assist. Come and talk to us about long-term or fast orthodontic treatment and start the ball rolling towards restoring that perfect smile. Contact us on 0161 660 1218 and book a consultation with Dr Shi Karim and the team.

Do Clear Braces UK Hurt

Do Clear Braces UK Hurt?

Despite the multitude of questions about how much treatments like the Inman Aligner cost UK patients, or what clear braces offers Manchester patients, one of the most frequently asked questions for those seeking orthodontic treatment is ‘Do clear braces UK hurt?’

For many adults and children alike, orthodontic braces are the unknown. Moreover a patient may have experienced less than enjoyable dental treatments previously and are understandably anxious.  The good news is that orthodontics is generally regarded as one of the gentler branches of dentistry and therefore patients aren’t likely to encounter any needles or drills.

That said, most braces aren’t without a little discomfort because whether you opt for conventional metal braces, ceramic braces, or aligner style clear braces, UK patients need to consider the fact that their treatment does involve moving teeth. Therefore in order to help prepare you for your upcoming treatment, here’s an idea of what you can expect.

Initial consultation

During the consultation process the dentist will usually need to take X-rays of your teeth and jaws. Like standard X-rays these are pain free –  all you need to do is to remain still. In addition we might  need to take impressions of your teeth. Again this process is pain free, but if you have a strong gag reflex it might feel slightly uncomfortable as the process involves filling plastic trays with a putty-like substance known as alginate. This is then placed over the teeth one jaw at a time. If you do suffer with a high gag reflex, then let your dentist know and they’ll do all they can to make you feel comfortable.

Fitting the brace

Whether the benefits that clear braces offers Manchester patients have swayed your decision, or having taken into account the Inman Aligner cost UK you’ve decided that you would prefer removable braces over fixed, there is no need to feel anxious about having your braces fitted. For removable aligner style systems such as Invisalign it’s simply a case of showing you how to insert and remove your aligners. However for fixed braces, the fitting (or bonding as it’s known) will take slightly longer. Using a special dental cement the brackets are carefully attached to the teeth. Then we thread the metal wiring through the brackets and hold them in place with bands or sliding clips.

Although you’ll leave the practice feeling absolutely no pain after having your braces fitted, it’s not uncommon for your teeth to start aching slightly after a while, and your cheeks may become a little sore. These are perfectly normal but unwelcome side effects that last for a few days. We advise patients to take over-the-counter pain killers such as Ibuprofen, Paracetamol or Aspirin to relieve any pain.


Periodically you’ll need to return to the dentist for brace adjustments. Again for a few days after, some patients may experience mild tooth pain and this is totally natural, but mild pain killers should easily keep it under control.


Whether you opt for accelerated brace systems or a lengthier process there will come a time when the braces need to be removed. Again with removable brace systems such as Invisalign or the Inman Aligner, cost UK in terms of time is minimal because it’s simply a case of taking them out of your mouth and that’s it. With fixed braces however, the process take a little longer. Your dentist will use special clippers to carefully snip the wiring and remove the brackets. When this is being done patients may feel a little pressure on the teeth but no pain. Once the brace has been removed any cement is cleaned off leaving your teeth looking clean, straight, and even.

So there you have it! If you’re still a little unsure about being fitted with clear braces UK, or are considering what clear braces offers Manchester patients like yourself, then give Church Road Dental a call today. Our experienced team led by Shi Karim has the skills to create perfectly straight teeth that you’ll be proud of. Contact us today on 0161 660 1218 to book a free, no-obligation consultation and take the first steps towards achieving your perfect smile.

Is The Inman Aligner Cost UK Worth It For A Great Smile

Is The Inman Aligner Cost UK Worth It For A Great Smile

It’s fair to say that when compared to other orthodontic brace systems and clear braces UK, the Inman Aligner cost UK is quite high. That said what we tell patients who come to our Hulme Orthodontics practice is that they are buying into one of the most advanced orthodontic treatments available. So the question is…  Is the cost of the Inman Aligner worth it?

In short the answer is yes, but it does depend upon the type and degree of treatment you need. Let’s take a closer look.

One of the best factors about the Inman Aligner is that because of its revolutionary spring and bow system it moves teeth fast. Ultimately this means that straightening teeth can be achieved in anything from 6-18 weeks. However, typically 11 weeks is the norm. It’s perfect to correct any overcrowding or protrusion of the front teeth and what’s more it’s designed to be easily removed. This means that you can take it out to suit your lifestyle.

So how does it work?

Unlike conventional bracket and wiring style orthodontic treatments which pull teeth into position using tensioning wire, the Inman aligner is different. Instead teeth are both pushed and pulled using an opposing front aligner and a back spring. As the inner aligner pushes forwards the outer aligner pulls back, creating gentle forces which can act over a large range of movement. Ultimately what you have is a form of clear braces UK that are quick and effective and because they’re fully removable, they can fit in with your lifestyle. For this reason patients need to weigh up whether the Inman Aligner Cost UK is worth it to them.

What it can’t do

At our Hulme orthodontics department we refer to the Inman Aligner as a fast or accelerated orthodontic treatment. The reason being that this type of treatment only deals with the front upper and lower teeth which are visible when you smile. It isn’t designed to straighten the rear upper or lower teeth which may be overcrowded or crooked. In other words the Inman Aligner is good at correcting the aesthetics of your smile, but not so good at underlying workings such as tooth root straightening and full-bite alignment.

So what does this mean?

In essence if you have underlying teeth issues then there are more comprehensive long-term treatments available such as conventional clear braces UK, or the ultramodern Invisalign Aligner. However if you’re after a flexible way of straightening teeth where you’re in control of it rather than the other way around, AND you’re looking for a quick fix solution to straighten your front six teeth only, then the Inman Aligner could well be the treatment for you.

To find out more about the Inman Aligner cost UK, or to talk to us about other solutions involving clear braces UK, then come to our Hulme orthodontics department at Church Road Dental and Cosmetics. Our friendly and experienced team are on hand to answer any questions or concerns you  may have. Call us on 0161 660 1218 to get a free, no obligation consultation. On behalf of Shi Karim and the team. We look forward to helping you restore your healthy, happy smile.

Teeth Straightening Manchester – Should You Try The Inman Aligner?

Clear Braces Manchester – How Much Do They Cost?

Understandably, one of the first questions patients want to know when told that they need clear braces Manchester is how much do they cost? The problem is that with many different brace systems to choose from, treatments and prices can vary tremendously depending upon your individual needs.

Inman Aligner cost UK for example mightn’t vary too much from one practice to another, but when compared directly to other orthodontic treatments such as Invisalign, patients might see a considerable difference in price. Why? Because to put it simply Invisalign offers Manchester patients a holistic approach to orthodontic treatment, whereas other clear brace treatments, including the Inman Aligner, focus more on the aesthetics of the smile. So what does this mean with regard to pricing?

In essence it makes it very difficult to give a definitive, and of course an accurate price on the braces you need, without finding out more about your dental issues and lifestyle. For this reason, at Church Road Dental, we offer a free consultation where we can determine the best type of clear braces Manchester to suit, and ultimately a more accurate cost. To make it easier for our patients we’ve published a starting price guide on our site for orthodontic treatment, so you can gauge roughly how much an Inman aligner costs UK patients, or to compare Invisalign offers in Manchester with other prices around the country.

So what does the cost of orthodontic treatment usually include?

Usually the cost of your orthodontic treatments encapsulates everything you need to achieve a great looking smile. This includes:

  • All dental appointments pertaining to your orthodontic treatment  – This may include any emergency appointments if necessary and lasts for the duration of your treatment. In some cases this can be up to 3 years.
  • All scans, X-rays, and imaging, related to the making of your braces
  • Initial fitting of your fixed or removable brace system and, in the case of fixed systems, any adjustments as and when necessary
  • An oral hygiene starter pack and ongoing advice or help as and when you need it.

Flexible Finance Options

We understand that orthodontic treatment can be a large financial outlay and for this reason we offer a series of flexible payment options where patients can spread payments over a period of months. This means that you can have straighter, healthier teeth without having to worry about the initial outlay.

As you can see, the answer to the question “How much do clear braces Manchester cost?” isn’t definitive. What we can do however, is to be upfront and transparent about our pricing and give you as much information as we can, to help you make a fully informed dental decision. To find out more about Inman Aligner cost UK, or what Invisalign offers Manchester patients, we invite you to talk to Dr Shi Karim and the team. To make an appointment, contact us directly on 0161 660 1218 today or visit our website to make a booking. Let us help you restore that great looking smile. One call is all it takes to start the ball rolling.

Fast Orthodontic Treatment - We've Got It Covered

Need Fast Orthodontic Treatment? We’ve Got It Covered

You may have heard of the term ‘accelerated’ or ‘fast orthodontic treatment‘ in the past but might not know exactly what it entails. After all, how do they differ to conventional brace systems and are they really effective? At our smiles dental Manchester clinic we offer a wide range of both conventional and fast orthodontic treatments, all of which are tailored towards the patient’s needs. From metallic style braces to contemporary aligner style braces such as the Inman aligner, cost UK is competitive and affordable.

Let’s take a closer look at what fast orthodontics are and how they work.

In essence accelerated orthodontic treatments generally serve one purpose and that’s to improve the aesthetics of a smile, with particular attention being paid to the upper and lower front teeth which are visible when you smile. Consisting of a variety of different systems ranging from conventional fixed ‘bracket and wiring’ style braces, through to ‘aligner’ style braces, there is a fast orthodontic treatment to suit every patient.

So how do they differ from conventional braces that take several years to complete?

Conventional brace treatments take longer to complete because, unlike speedier treatments, they don’t just concentrate their efforts on the teeth that are visible when you smile. Instead longer-term braces deal with the whole mouth and teeth. Not only this, they can also help with tooth root alignment and the overall bite. In other words they take a holistic approach to restoring your smile.

In contrast, by making a few simple tweaks to the front upper and lower front teeth it can make a huge difference aesthetically without having to alter the growth direction of tooth roots and overhaul bite alignments. Some dentists argue that the actual straightening of the teeth is only half the job and this is why fast orthodontic treatments are achieved quickly. However for many patients with slightly crooked or crowded teeth who are purely concerned with how they look, rather than the overall tooth function, accelerated treatments serve a purpose.

So how quick is quick?

Imagine you were seeking a smile dentist in Manchester to help fix severe tooth overcrowding. Chances are that you’d be matched up with a brace system that could take 18 months to 2 years to have the desired affect. Conversely if you had minor tooth problems, such as a crooked or gapped front tooth that simply needed bringing to line, you could expect to wear something like an Inman Aligner which will take just 6-18 weeks to complete. What’s more an Inman Aligner cost UK patients little in terms of self consciousness because it’s designed to be discreet.

In a nutshell, there is a need for fast orthodontic treatment especially for those who are particularly self-conscious about their smile, but don’t want the long-term hassle of wearing conventional braces.

For further information or to book yourself a consultation, visit our website at www.clearbracesmanchester.co.uk or contact us directly on 0161 660 1218. Remember you shouldn’t have to put up with a smile you aren’t happy with, so come and talk to Church Road Dental and Cosmetics today and let us help you restore your great looking smile once and for all.

Fast Orthodontic Treatment – Does It Really Work

Fast Orthodontic Treatment – Does It Really Work?

At our smiles dental Manchester clinic we help people restore their smile using a variety of orthodontic treatments. Before patients come to us, many are under the impression that they have to put up with metal style braces for lengthy periods of time to cure their problematic teeth. However those same patients are usually surprised when we tell them about fast orthodontic treatment. So what exactly is it and does it really work?

In essence speedy orthodontics are brace systems that are designed to work fast. Instead of taking 18-36 months to straighten crooked teeth like conventional braces would, they take anywhere between 2-6 months to achieve the desired results. What’s more, when it comes to cost, if you compare speedy treatments such as the Inman aligner, cost UK is on a par with other conventional brace systems. So surely it’s a win/win situation all round?  After all, the patient gets treated quicker and it doesn’t really cost them any more money right? Well – the answer to this is both yes and no.

Let me explain….

A fast orthodontic treatment is speedy for a reason. That’s because it usually straightens only the visible upper and lower teeth that can be seen when you smile. In other words it deals purely with the aesthetics.

Many people who visit our smiles dental Manchester clinic have mild to moderate tooth problems. These include unsightly crooked, gapped, or flared teeth. As a result they may only be concerned about how their smile can be improved and are not necessarily concerned with any underlying workings. This is completely understandable and as long as they’re happy with the end results, then that’s fine. In these cases speedy treatments such as C-fast, Inman Aligners, Six month Smiles, and Secret Smiles are ideal.

However, for those with more serious dental problems, or those that are concerned with correcting the whole mouth, including non-visible upper and lower back teeth, severe tooth crowding, and root misalignment, accelerated or quick brace systems won’t work in these cases.

Alternatively if a patient does need lengthy orthodontic treatment and discretion is an issue (eg, they don’t feel comfortable with a mouth full of metal) then they can opt for fixed clear brace systems such as lingual braces or removable aligner style systems such as Invisalign. Both of these treatments are designed to be incredibly discreet.

The bottom line is that there are a multitude of orthodontic treatments suitable for your dental condition, requirements, and/or budget. It maybe that a fast orthodontic treatment is ideal for you, or that an Inman aligner cost UK price, fits right in with your budget. Alternatively you might prefer a holistic corrective approach to your smile that will take longer but is better suited to your dental condition. In fact whatever your dental problem, pay a visit to our smile dental Manchester clinic and talk to our experienced team.

To book your free, no obligation consultation, contact us on 0161 660 1218 or visit our website at www.clearbracesmanchester.co.uk. On behalf of the team at Church Road Dental and Cosmetics, we very much look forward to helping you restore your great looking smile.