Inman Aligner

inman_alignerHere at Cashel Daisley in Glasgow, we take pride in providing our clients with the latest and most modern dental treatments. One of the most recent additions to our treatment list is the Inman Aligner, a truly amazing orthodontic treatment that is able to straighten teeth in a matter of weeks.

What is the Inman Aligner?

The Inman Aligner is a removable device made of just two components: a metal bar and a coiled spring. The coiled spring is situated at the lingual side of the teeth and the metal bar spans the front surface of the teeth. These components generate competing forces to effectively align teeth through a quick and painless process.

Am I suitable for the Inman Aligner?

At our clinic in Glasgow we take time to talk to patients about their expectations and provide recommendations based on individual preferences and desires. The Inman Aligner is ideal for minor orthodontic irregularities, such as crowded teeth or spaces between the teeth, being a particularly favourite option for patients looking for fast results.

How long does treatment take?

Treatment is often complete within a timeframe of five months, making this the perfect choice of brace for people who have previously been put off orthodontic treatment by proposed treatment times.

How long do I have to wear it for?

You should wear your aligner for 16-18 hours a day. It is removed for eating, drinking and cleaning your teeth. It is possible to remove it for special occasions but for best results it should be worn consistently. Treatment is often completed in only 6-18 weeks.

The benefits of the Inman Aligner

We believe the Inman Aligner is one of the best treatments around. Not only can you benefit from straightened teeth in weeks, but you also have the freedom to remove the device for eating, drinking and cleaning your teeth. The appliance is also much more discreet than traditional braces.


If you would like to learn more about our selection of orthodontic treatments, please do not hesitate to give our team a call.