About a year ago I went to a Liverpool dentists and received treatment for my crooked front teeth. Because my teeth were only moderately crooked, the inman aligner treatment was appropriate for me. Essentially, the treatment involved a removable brace. The aligner worked a lot like the ‘invisalign’ treatment, and the brace just fitted over the top of my front teeth, pushing them straighter. Unfortunately, the aligner was clearly visible when I smiled, but I soon got over it. I wore the aligner for about six months before my teeth were straight, and then the dentist used adhesive to put an invisible fixed wire on the back of my teeth to keep them straight permanently.
The aligner cost about £2000 teeth, but it was worth it to get my teeth straightened. Now, I can smile and not be completely humiliated by my crooked teeth. I think the aligner is a great way to straighten teeth, especially if the teeth aren’t so crooked that you need fixed braces. The best thing about it is that you can take it out when you want, and when it was in I would usually forget I was even wearing it. If you want to straighten your teeth quickly and can’t afford anything like veneers, the aligner is probably the best thing for you.