It sounds like you are a Class II with an open bite. I suggest you find a Neuromuscular Orthodontist and an Ear Nose Throat specialist evaluation. There is no way you can close the anterior open bite with either conventional braces or Invisalign. And if successful you will have a relapse in a short time. Here is the problem: An anterior open bite is usually due to tongue trusting or airway problems, such as deviated septum, enlarged turbinate bones, tonsils and or adenoids.
This situation could be easily corrected non surgically via orthopedic advancement of the lower jaw after the etiology of the open bite has been identified.
Sorry to hear this. The problem with invisalign is its limitations and most often a thorough orthodontic work up is not done because invisalign does not require it. It is great for some basic instances, but it has much limitations in my opinion. If you do have chin and orthopedic issues, you must see a dentist who has training in orthopedic orthodontics. You may not need chin advancement surgery.
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