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Patients discover the fastest way to straighten teeth in the Winston-Salem area

Adults often choose treatments based on convenience, expense, and results. That includes searching for the fastest way to straighten teeth. For patients in the Winston-Salem area, Dr. William Virtue, of Virtue Dental Care, offers orthodontic treatments such as the Inman aligner as an alternative to conventional braces.

Patients discover that Dr. Virtue William at Virtue Dental Care got the fastest way to straighten teeth in the Winston-Salem area

How is the Inman Aligner different?

Traditional braces use brackets and wires to apply pressure on the front of the teeth. Aligner trays use gentle pressure to gradually move the teeth into place. The Inman Aligner applies pressure to both sides of the teeth instead of just one so patients get results faster.

 The Inman Aligner uses coil springs to power two opposing bars. The inner and outer bows gently work against each other to straighten the teeth from both sides. The Inman Aligner can address crowding and spacing issues while straightening misaligned or crooked teeth. The device is removable but should be worn for the recommended amount of time each day.

 Benefits of the Inman Aligner

 Advanced dental technology allows the Inman Aligner to straighten the front teeth faster than other orthodontic treatments. The advantages of this orthodontic device include the following:

  • Appearance – No unsightly metal brackets or wires are needed.
  • Convenience – The Inman Aligner can be removed to eat, drink, and brush your teeth. It needs to be used for 16 to 20 hours daily.
  • Fast – By applying pressure to both sides of the teeth, treatment time is expedited. Patients only need to use the device for 6 to 18 weeks.
  • Comfort – Gentle pressure is used to move the teeth into position so it is a comfortable treatment for patients.

At Virtue Dental Care we offer general, cosmetic, and restorative services. Call the office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Virtue – (336) 606-0040.

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Dr. William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM best doctor near Rochester, MI

William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM
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William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM studied dentistry at Indiana University and opened Virtue Dental Care in 1979. He became interested in biological dentistry many years ago as he realized that dentistry should benefit one’s overall health and not just oral health. That is why he practices mercury-safe, biocompatible dentistry in accordance with the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology’s (IAOMT) health and safety standards. He is SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) certified by the IAOMT too.
Dr. Virtue was President of the Forum for Contemporary Dental Esthetics and the IAOMT, of which he is also a Fellow. He enjoys teaching biological dentistry to dentists and staff. He continues to educate himself on developments in dentistry to provide the best services for patients.

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Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT

Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT became interested in dentistry at an early age and volunteered at dental clinics. A student of Starmount High School and Wake Forest University, she earned her dental degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. She is passionate about education and prevention: She updates her knowledge with a variety of continuous education courses while teaching patients about caring for and maintaining their teeth for a long, healthy life.