Invisalign is great option if you are compliant and you are an appropriate candidate. The trays must be worn 22 hours a day. It is easier to take the trays out and clean your teeth than with the traditional brackets and wires. Sometimes tooth movement is more predictable with traditional braces.
Unfortunately you want an answer that I can’t really give without seeing you. I would recommend you see an Orthodontist or a Dentist who does Invisalign for a consultation and ask for their recommendation as to which mode of treatment you will be best suited to.
As an adult, the most important thing is to check the health status (bony support/type of bite issue, and joint relationship with bite) of the most complicated joint and function system of your body. Then one can assess what type of orthodontic system can be used, from behind the teeth braces, to clear high torque fixed program systems to limited clear plastic aligners.
The Doctor needs to check.
Hope this helps.