Cumming, GA (PRWEB) July 11, 2013
Georgia dentist Dr. Page Barden is pleased to announce the recent addition of the Inman Aligner, a new orthodontic appliance that significantly expedites the teeth straightening process. Using this removable retainer-like appliance, Dr. Barden can often correct cosmetic issues in the upper and lower front teeth in just four to 16 weeks, allowing patients to achieve teeth straightening results much faster than traditional orthodontic treatments such as braces.
To attain straighter smiles so swiftly, the Inman Aligner employs a system of nickel titanium coil springs that power two opposing aligner bows. The opposing forces of the bows play an instrumental role in helping guide the teeth into their new positions; the outer bow pulls the front teeth back while the inner bow pushes teeth forward. This fusion of forces serves as the key component to creating straight, beautiful smiles in a fraction of the time.
At the onset of the treatment, Dr. Barden uses teeth impressions to construct customized aligner trays for each patient. After the trays are fitted, patients must wear the Inman Aligner device for at least 16 to 20 hours per day throughout the course of the treatment, removing them only to eat and drink. For most patients, the total duration of this teeth straightening treatment typically lasts between six to 18 weeks. For cases that require a bit more time, Dr. Barden may recommend Six Month Smiles, another orthodontic procedure offered at his Cumming, GA practice.
Patients undergoing the Inman Aligner orthodontic treatment must visit Dr. Barden every two to three weeks so that he can closely monitor the teeth straightening progress. Once finished, patients must wear a retainer to preserve the results and safeguard against teeth shifting back into their original positions.
To learn more about the Inman Aligner orthodontic appliance and other dental treatments, please visit Dr. Barden’s website at http://www.georgiagumsurgery.com and call (678) 648-1998.
Page Barden, DDS is a dentist offering personalized dental care for Cumming, GA gum disease patients. Dr. Barden received his Bachelor of Arts from University of Denver. He continued his education at the University Of Detroit School Of Dentistry. After serving in the U.S. Air Force, Dr. Barden further extended his education at Indiana University where he earned a degree in Periodontics from the School of Dentistry. He is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the most recent FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease treatment. To learn more about Page Barden, DDS and his dental services visit his website at http://www.georgiagumsurgery.com and call (678) 648-1998.