How is the Inman Aligner different from Invisalign?
Invisalign is a series of very low profile, clear aligners that are worn all day. Invisalign is used to move all the teeth in the mouth and typically takes anywhere from 6-15 months to complete. Inman Aligner is a larger appliance, more comparable to a retainer, that is worn about 16 hours a day to move the front teeth. Typical Inman aligner cases take anywhere from 6-12 weeks to complete. In summary, the Inman Aligner is used exclusively to straighten front teeth, but does not have to be worn the entire day and gets results quickly. Inman Aligner also costs less than Invisalign.