INDIRECT BONDING TECHNIQUE에 대한 고찰
CLINICAL CONSIDERATION OF INDIRECT BONDING TECHNIQUE
- 이경환(Kyung Hwan Lee) 김상철(Sang Cheol Kim) Kyung Hwan Lee Sang Cheol Kim
- The Korean Journal of Orthodontics
- 제19권 제2호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 155 - 163 (9 pages)
Indirect bonding is done by placing the brackets on a model in the laboratory and using a template or tray to transfer the laboratory positioning to the teeth. The advantages of this technique are 1. decreased chair time 2. less patient discomfort 3. accuracy of a attachment placement 4. good adaptation of attachment to tooth contour 5. occlusal relationship of brackets and opposing teeth can be checked The disadvantages of the technique are 1. complex laboratory procedure 2. sometimes difficult on very short clinical crowns 3. teeth with crowns, large buccal restoration will not bond 4. may not be fitted close, if poor adaptation 5. likely to be disturbed setting Several indirect bonding techniques have proved reliable in clinical practice. However, they differ in the way the brackets are attached temporarily to the model, the type of transfer tray or other mechanism used, the adhesive or sealant employed, whether segmented or full bonding used, and the way the transfer is removed so as not to exert excessive force on a still maturing bond.