Honestly, probably not. But what is the issue that needs fixing?
I would do it without hesitation. Having a great smile that you wear with confidence is so important to your life, and that's aside from the serious health implications of having teeth that need repair. It's one year of your life coming out of a pandemic. By the time they're off, it will be just in time to join the global party celebrating the end of covid (:
I’d do it. I liked traditional braces much more than Invisalign - worked better and faster. A year will go by so fast, you will regret not doing it sooner. Mine took 20 months total. It’s NBD.
Do it! I am in this boat - in my 40s. Didn’t follow through with Invisalign (after paying) in my late 20s - my speech was weird with them in, and I was in a courtroom for work which made clear speech important. They also hurt, a lot, and I disliked those nub things that the orthodontist affixed to my teeth. So I didn’t wear them and then stopped entirely. I am going to get braces soon - real ones that I can’t stop wearing. I support it!
My DH is doing it right now. Cannot get invisalign because overbite is too much, but as soon as he can switch, he will. Normal braces are painful, hard to keep clean etc...I did invisalign 10 years ago, and I just loved it. Easy, quick and great result
Yes, if the issue is starting to affect the alignment of your teeth, your jaw or the overall structure of your face. You really need your teeth to work well, particularly as you get older and potentially accumulate other dental issues beyond alignment (gum issues, TMJ, dental fractures, tooth loss...)
Exactly ! Do not wait
Depends on the issue.
Right, it depends on the issue. For something small, why bother? I'm 43 and my bottom teeth aren't entirely straight. I've thought about fixing them but it's a lot of money / time and effort for a minor thing that only I really notice.