My smile has relapsed after a previous brace treatment, can Inman Aligners help?

Q.

Hello Doctor,

I wonder if you could help me? I am thinking of the inman aligner for treating my teeth, which have relapsed after brace treatment i completed 12 years ago. They haven’t relapsed terribly, just the front two teeth are protruding slightly like they used to and I wonder how long this would take generally? Does the brace system also come with a retainer for afterward to stop a relapse again as i wouldn’t want to be having brace treatment again just for my old, horrible smile to return.

Thank you for your time and any help you can give and have a nice day

A.

Hello

Without seeing you it is always difficult to promise you are suitable, but it does sound like it could be.
Normally suitable treatments take 6-16 weeks.
Most dentists will offer a removable retainer or a fixed retainer- some include in the cost some do not and you will need to ask.
Remember the Inman Aligner itself is a retainer so even if you lost your removable retainer, it would hold your teeth in position

Hope this helps

Tif Qureshi

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