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Orthodontics brackets removal

  1. 1. Done By : Mohamad Ghazi Kassem ID : 201202738
  2. 2. What is Orthodontic Brackets ? How Invented the Orthodontic Brackets ? What is the types of the Orthodontics brackets?
  3. 3. Orthodontic Brackets They are made mainly from stainless steel or it can more aesthetic like ceramic or other many material . The wires interact with the brackets to move teeth into the desired positions. So there main Function of the Orthodontic bracket is to transmit and direct the force from arch wire to teeth.
  4. 4. History of Orthodontic Brackets Edward Angle, an American dentist from Pennsylvania at the turn of the 20th century is widely considered the creator of modern orthodontics. So that is why they considered him As father of the modern orthodontics. The Orthodontic Brackets was invented by Edward Angle Around 1910
  5. 5. Types of the Orthodontics brackets Stainless steel metal brackets • they are usually made in combination with nickel titanium • the most widely used type of brackets. • Generally they are the most economic . • but sometimes cause staining of the surface of the teeth. • They should not be used by those who are allergic to nickel.
  6. 6. Ceramic brackets • also known as clear brackets they are made of a glass-like composite material and they are less noticeable than metal braces. • This type of dental brackets is suitable for patients concerned about their appearance. • They are very expensive. • But ceramic brackets are also more brittle and prone to breakage, so they are not recommended for cases that require large pressures to move teeth.
  7. 7. PLASTIC BRACKETS Zirconia Brackets
  8. 8. Gold brackets Lingual brackets Damon Brackets ‘self-ligation’
  9. 9. Orthodontic Brackets Removal Shear and Tensile are they main force are applied during removing the orthodontic brackets A method of debonding an orthodontic bracket attached with an adhesive to a tooth. Comprising: applying a debonding force to the bracket at the area of adhesion between the bracket and the tooth, and removing the bracket from the tooth. Which is mean to remove the bracket you have to just apply simple twist motion
  10. 10. Kit ceramic bracket removal
  11. 11. Metal brackets can be removed safely and atraumatically from the tooth surface via distortion of the base. However, rigid ceramic brackets present a debonding challenge, with enamel damage more likely from debonding ceramic as opposed to metal brackets. doi: 10.1179/146531205225021024 Journal of Orthodontics June 2005 vol. 32 no. 2 146-163
  12. 12. Problems could happen during bracket removal the method of debonding can lead to diverse problems such as enamel fractures, enamel loss and enamel scratching.
  13. 13. Ceramic bracket have high esthetic result but it also have many other disadvantages specially when with removal • enamel roughness after ceramic bracket debonding. • Brakeage of the bracket during removing. • Large ceramic fragments pose the risk of aspiration of the material by the patient. • produce ceramic dust that has been associated with skin and eye irritation.
  14. 14. Tooth Surface After Debonding Ceramic Bracket
  15. 15. References  The Angle Orhtodontist 1992 Vol. 62 No. 1  doi: 10.1179/146531205225021024 Journal of Orthodontics June 2005 vol. 32 no. 2 146-163  http://blog.aurorahistoryboutique.com/history-of-orthodontic-braces/  http://rivergatedentalcare.com/orthodontic-braces/history-of-dentalbraces  http://www.ijds.in/functions.php?fuse=23&SrNo=14&CurrentIssue=No&Is sueVol=Vol.%204&IssueNumber=Issue%201&ArticleID=196  http://users.forthnet.gr/ath/abyss/orthodontics-090-types-oforthodontic-braces.htm