debond

de·bond

(dē-bond'),
To separate a dental appliance such as an orthodontic band from the tooth to which it has been attached or bonded by a resin cement.
[de- + bond]

de·bond

(dē-bond')
To separate a dental appliance such as an orthodontic band from the tooth to which it has been attached or bonded by a resin cement.

de·bond

(dē-bond')
To separate a dental appliance such as an orthodontic band from the tooth to which it has been attached or bonded by a resin cement.
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Objectives of this study were to compare the mean shear bond strength (SBS) of orthodontic metal brackets bonded to etched enamel with flowable composites used with and without intermediate bonding resin and compare it's mean bracket debond time on extracted human teeth.
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Ahead of a crack, nanosilica particles can debond from the matrix, creating a void within the matrix.
As Figure 6(a) provides, for the sheet to debond at the end part of the beam, the type of fracture and failure of the specimens attributed this beam group happened before reaching the ultimate strength and no rupture was detected in fibres.
The maximum load necessary to debond the bracket was recorded in megapascals and was calculated by dividing the shear bond force by the bracket area.
Enamel loss at bond-up, debond and clean-up following the use of a conventional light-cured composite and a resin-modified glass polyalkenoate cement.
RonJohn works almost as quickly as methylene chloride to debond target coatings and adhesives, but unlike a number of other replacements for methylene chloride, it does not need to be heated to function.
2003): (I) aspect ratio of particles must be close to unity to avoid high stress concentration, (II) particles should be of small size (less than 5 [micro]m), (III) particles must debond prior to the yield strain of the matrix polymer in order to change the stress state of the matrix material and (IV) particles must be dispersed homogeneously in the matrix polymer.
This peak or yield point indicates where the adhesive typically begins to debond from the probe surface.
Similarly the average torque force needed to debond monocrystalline brackets was lowered by a factor of 5.
After seven years, John Bird and Claire Debond have saved enough to buy their first home.