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Indirect Bonding
We are excited to bring you a new digital Indirect Bonding service which places control of bracket positioning back into the hands of the doctor.

Indirect Bonding

Indirect Bonding Overview

Indirect Bonding has become an accurate and dependable system that doctors rely on with the highest degree of confidence.

Standard IDB Service

Specialty's IB Services feature a complete conversion of our manual systems into a fully-digital process involving digital bracket placement and the latest in digital model printing.


We provide clinicians the utmost in bracket placement accuracy combined with the ability to review and make changes in bracket positioning. This new 3DIB service is available using any major manufacturer's brackets.

Digital IB Service

Specialty Creates the Digital IB Files

The 3D IB process starts with Specialty creating an ideal digital model of the teeth. The software locates the long axis of the teeth and constructs an ideal occlusal plane. We then place the brackets based on the customer Rx instructions, i.e., specific vertical heights.

Doctor Reviews Bracket Placement

Once the brackets are placed in the lab, the files are sent to the doctor for review and adjustments as needed. This technique allows the doctor to evaluate the precise placement of each bracket without the added pressures associated with maintaining clinical isolation.

Specialty Prints the IB Models

After the clinician has checked and approved the bracket placement, the case is digitally returned to Specialty for fabrication. The brackets are transferred to the printed models, which reflect the placement guides, and the bonding trays are fabricated.

Transfer Trays/Support

Specialty Custom Bases

Specialty uses a light-cure adhesive to place the brackets on the printed models. This technique produces our "Custom Base" in the final product, as shown. The advantage over the bare-mesh method is that only a small amount of adhesive is needed for clinical bonding, reducing the chance for excess flash around the bracket bases.

2 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 staff member accomplish these simultaneous tasks in as little as 2-3 minutes.

Clinical Delivery

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

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Cumming, Georgia 30041

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