In September 2018, I took the Inman Aligner training course. The way the course is set up is amazing and everything you learn can be directly converted into practice. The way the instructors support and guide you through a case following the training, really helps you reach the predicted outcome in a safe way. Even though this guidance is provided remotely via the online forum, my questions are always answered on the same day and I never felt that I was doing the case alone.
A female, 21-year-old patient presented with orthodontic relapse of her anterior teeth. Some gingival recession and spaces were present between the teeth, but these did not concern the patient as neither showed when she smiled. Her only complaint was the appearance of her right central incisor.
A full orthodontic assessment was completed as recommended in the training course (Table 1). The patient did not have any functional or TMJ problems, but proper canine guided occlusion was lacking.