I would like the quickest possible treatment for my overbite. Will I get quicker results with invisalign than traditional dental braces?

NOOOOOI . It is entirely the wrong therapy for an overbite (what we orthodontists call overjet), a horizontal mismatch of upper teeth too far forward. Describing the details would be boring, but suffice to say it is much less effective and much slower. I understand why you would like an invisible alternative, but such is life, full of compromises. Good luck!
Traditional. They are typically faster and more effective (and often cheaper!). Invisalign would be the way to go only if you are strongly opposed to having metal on your teeth.
Absolutely not. If you had a broken leg that required a cast, would wrapping your leg in saran wrap do as well? If clear aligners were so good, orthodontists would have abandoned other rx modalities. Invisalign does not rx vertical overbite well, and is even less effective in rx of horizontal overbite. See a qualified orthodontic specialist for diagnosis and rx. Quick does not equal better.
Overbite. In layman's terms, an "overbite" typically refers to the upper front teeth sticking out horizontally, further than the lower front teeth. An orthodontist defines an "overbite" as the vertical overlap of the upper front teeth over the lower front teeth. Get an opinion from an orthodontic specialist regarding the best and "quickest" option (it depends highly on the severity of your own problem).
Traditional. Braces are the way to go. If aesthetics is a concern, discuss ceramic brackets with your orthodontist. Hope this helps.
No. Invisalign is a fast way of getting treatment, however you will have to wear a retainer for life. This is because invisalign only tilts the tooth and does not bring the root to be directly under the crown portion of the tooth to created stability. Once you stop wearing the retainer, the tooth tends to return to its previous position.
Quick orthodontics. See if you can find a doctor in your area that uses suresmile treatment to discuss the quickest way to straighten your teeth.

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I would like the quickest possible treatment for my overbite. Will I get quicker results with invisalign than traditional dental braces? .

Depends. Depends on the severity of the overbite. Usually you will get best and possibly fastest with traditional treatment. Overbite correction can be tricky and invisalign has only limited applications. Often people end up starting with invisalign and finishing with conventional treatment. Invisalign requires absolute compliance with wearing of the trays. Absolute. Read more...
Disccuss with Ortho. Trying to move teeth too quickly can result in problems to the teeth and supporting structures, not to mention the possibility of more pain and discomfort. Most orthodontists prefer using conventional orthodontic means to move teeth as they feel they have more control and fewer limitations. Discuss your wishes and options with an orthodontist who uses both conventional and invisalign techniques. Read more...
Invisalign. Invisalign is a pushing technology. Often with deep overbites there is little room to place brackets so treatment is done in a round about way and takes longer. Read more...
Overbite. In layman's terms, an "overbite" typically refers to the upper front teeth sticking out horizontally, further than the lower front teeth. An orthodontist defines an "overbite" as the vertical overlap of the upper front teeth over the lower front teeth. Get an opinion from an orthodontic specialist regarding the best and "quickest" option (it depends highly on the severity of your own problem). Read more...
Nope. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Invisalign, while up to less than 50% effective for minor problems, is less so for major ones. Traditional braces (and there are many new types) allow the fastest possible movement with the best possible result, generally at less cost than clear aligners. Make sure you see a qualified orthodontist, not a gp who dabbles in tooth movement. Read more...