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INMAN ALIGNER GENTLY STRAIGHTENS TEETH If you have unruly front teeth, then the ClearSmile Inman Aligner is the ideal solution to rapidly straighten your smile.
The Courtyard private dental centre, based at Wormalds Yard, off King Street, has treated 650 patients so far using Invisalign, a near-invisible teeth aligner which is overtaking traditional wire braces as a way to straighten teeth.
Addressing the teen star directly on The Arsenio Hall Show, Steve told him to straighten up his act or "he was gonna come and find him and put his size 13 foot up his ass
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has begun to slowly, very slowly, straighten, The Guardian newspaper reported last week.
For any pictures taken via Instagram, a simple tap on the straighten icon takes care of removing any skewed angles or landscapes.
Summary: 'Wonky' the Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy is on the straight and narrow after having intensive physio to straighten her deformed legs.
Ajmal, who took 24 wickets in the 3-0 Test series whitewash of England, has said that, because of an old accident which means he cannot straighten his arm properly, extra leniency up to 23.
SAEED AJMAL has reopened the controversy about his bowling action by claiming special ICC dispensation to straighten his arm beyond 15 degrees.
When added to the percentage of women who periodically straighten their hair with hair-dryers and electric brushes, we come up with a group in excess of 50%.
The anterior vertical depressant force required to straighten the wire is measured by a special fixture attached to upper head of Instron machine.
NEW YORK -- Frizzy hair is the bane of millions of women, who have historically visited hair salons to smooth and straighten their hard-to-manage hair.