Straighter Smile, Faster, Less Expensive

So does the title of this post seem too good to be true? How many of us have a smile that we’re not quite happy with, but we just move along because we assume that fixing it would either require going through years of braces, or be costly in needing veneers or crowns to have that perfect smile.

While those are available options and have their benefits, but may not be for everybody. Fortunately at Anderson Dental, we’re excited to announce that there may be another way to help us all improve our smile.



Dr. Anderson is excited about the possibilities that the Inman Aligner will offer our patients. The Inman Aligner is a removable appliance, much like a retainer, that gently straightens the front teeth. The Inman Aligner can treat upper and lower teeth and is perfect for those of us that had braces as kids, but our front teeth have since drifted from where they once were.

The process takes on average of 12 weeks, and the aligner must be worn for 16-20 hours a day. That means you can take it out when you need to, but most people adjust to them so quickly that it doesn’t become a bother. One of the great parts  of this new treatment, is that the cost is significantly less than traditional braces, Invisalign, or getting a full set of veneers. See what I mean by Straighter Smile, Faster, Less Expensive?


Here’s a few before and after cases to give you an idea of what’s possible.





Here’s another



This patient used Inman Aligners and professional whitening trays to achieve these results.

Now the Inman is a great tool for making a great smile, you may be surprised with how beautiful your natural teeth really are once they are properly aligned. Keep in mind that the Inman Aligner has its limitations. This is all about moving the front teeth, we aren’t correcting your bite. Some people will be candidates, others may not be. The best way to find out is to give us a call at 541-471-1990 and schedule a consultation.

Keep Smiling!

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