Metal orthodontic bracket Orthos®

metal orthodontic bracket
metal orthodontic bracket
metal orthodontic bracket
metal orthodontic bracket
metal orthodontic bracket
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Ins and outs of Orthos® What do you get when you combine the most precise bracket system with the proven material benefits of titanium? New and improved Titanium Orthos — the finest straightwire twin appliance on the market that improves every aspect of conventional straightwire treatment from start to finish. Orthos, the first computer-engineered coordinated system of brackets and wires, was designed to eliminate the common challenges of everyday treatment. Precision bracket geometries and a coordinated arch form reduce the need for compensating wire bends and deliver quality results from crown to root tip. Low-profile lower anterior brackets with compensated-slot cuspids and a coordinated arch form for reduced occlusal interference and greater patient comfort Gingivally offset tooth-shaped pads Gingivally offset tooth-shaped pads maximize bonding surface area without compromising placement accuracy With Titanium Orthos I have reduced my finishing appointments to 2 to 3 visits. Nothing has had as profound an impact on my practice. by Joe Gray, DDS, MS QUAD System Titanium Orthos brackets and buccal tubes are packaged in QUAD™ sticks, part of Ormco's revolutionary QUAD System. QUAD not only organizes your inventory but also makes case setup easier and more efficient.Titanium use has exploded in a variety of industries from sports to medicine due to its inherent strength, flexibility, durability, resistance to corrosion, and biocompatibility.Titanium has become the standard in golf driver faces, with its unique flex and precision return. But the unique stored energy properties of titanium extend far beyond the tee box.


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