Regardless of bracket type, or even who’s placing it, the measure of success depends on proper placement. We feel that the most accurate bracket placement is performed indirectly.
Brackets and Matrix on Study Model
Placing brackets with matrix on the patient
Compared with direct bonding, the ability that the laboratory has to rotate the model and to accurately measure bracket position in all planes of space without the added pressure of a patient in the chair is unequalled.
With indirect bonding you can complete an entire bond up in a single appointment, reducing human and time-related errors because fewer steps are needed to complete the process, making it more effective and efficient.
The indirect bonding matrix supplied by Triple “O” Laboratory is cut into separate sections for each dental arch. Each section is bonded individually to allow for easy and accurate bracket placement..
Please call the Laboratory for further details on indirect bonding.