orthodontic attachment


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orthodontic attachment

See bracket.
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Furthermore, bonding orthodontic attachments with composite resins requires conditioning of the enamel surface with phosphoric acid, leading to a substantial loss of enamel by etching.
Since the introduction of the acid etch technique by Buonocore (1) the bonding of orthodontic attachments to acid etched enamel has become an accepted clinical procedure.
In the past, individual bands, usually of stainless steel, were wraped around and cemented to each individual tooth, then served to secure orthodontic attachments.