Traditional Indirect Bonding

Save time and enhance the precision of bracket placement with our indirect bonding process.

Over 25 years of experience have led to advances in bracket placement equipment, specialized adhesive systems, and transparent transfer trays, leading to maximum efficiency and consistency in clinical delivery.


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Bracket Types

  • Ceramic (Twin)
  • Metal (Twin or Self-Ligating)
  • Doctor Provided Brackets

Arch Options

  • Both Upper and Lower

Tray Options

  • Full Arch
  • Midline Arch
  • Three Piece

Instructions for Use

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Choose Indirect Bonding With Specialty

Use our indirect bonding service with any manufacturer’s brackets. As an added service, ask us to stock and reorder your manufacturer’s brackets to help reduce inventory in your practice!

We build and maintain your personalized special instructions for individualized bracket placement and transfer tray preferences.

All brackets are placed with the custom base technique for a precision fit and a consistent clinical result.

Using the two-tray system, you can use the adhesive of your choice while typically completing the bonding in under one hour.

​​Transfer Trays / Support

​​Specialty Custom Bases

​​We use a light-cure adhesive to place the brackets on the printed models. This technique produces our "Custom Base" in the final product.
​​The advantage over the bare-mesh method is that we only need a tiny amount of adhesive for clinical bonding, reducing the chance of excess flash around the bracket bases.

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​​Two-Tray Transfer System

​​The teeth are prepared per the usual etch-and-rinse steps.
​​The bonding adhesive (either light or auto-cure) is then applied to the composite pads in the trays with a syringe tip while the companion sealant is brushed on the etched teeth.
​​The doctor and team member accomplish these simultaneous tasks in as little as 2-3 minutes.

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Clinical Delivery

​​The tray is seated from the posterior to the anterior in one motion, keeping the inner and outer trays together as one unit. The trays have a snap fit, which helps establish the seating.
​​Since the material is transparent, it’s easy to see and confirm that the tray is completely seated.

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Digital Indirect Bonding

More than half of our IB customers now submit digital files for their cases.

The advantages of digital files include faster turnaround time and improved accuracy as impressions and model pour-ups are eliminated.

FAQs About Indirect Bonding