debonding

debonding

(dē-bŏnd′ĭng) [″ + ″]
In orthodontics, the removal of a bracket from a tooth.

de·bond·ing

(dē-bonding)
Removal of orthodontic brackets and residual adhesive, after which the tooth surface is returned to its normal contour.
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cracks, debonding, delaminations) are caused by stress, fatigue or impact events.
(13) histologically found no pulpal inflammation or necrosis 2 weeks after debonding the ceramic brackets electrothermally, while Jost-Brinkmann et al.
Afterwards, the teeth in all the groups were mounted individually on a universal testing machine for the debonding procedure.
Modeling, Analysis and Simulations of Debonding of a Bonded Rod-Beam System Caused by Mechanical Stresses, Humidity and Thermal Effects.
The debonding blade of the machine was kept absolutely perpendicular to the buccal surface of each tooth.
[11] investigated the interfacial fatigue behavior of composites with different stress amplitudes by scanning electron microscope (SEM) and found that the interfacial debonding was the main damage mode.
Three main failure modes--namely matrix cracking, interface debonding and fiber failure--can all play major roles, often in a sequential order, at different stages of damage development.
Interestingly, research showed that the bond strength actually increased after numerous cycles of bonding and debonding...
Hawley's retainer allows the masticatory force to get distributed on tooth surface, thereby allowing minor teeth settling after debonding. The disadvantage of Hawley's retainer is that it is not suitable in patients with poor compliance.
This report identified common failure modes of MoM systems, but despite the substantial level of detail, the memorandum failed to mention a rare and poorly understood failure mode in MoM HRA implant systems, debonding of the porous titanium (Ti) coating from the cobalt (Co) chrome acetabular component.
The test results began to deviate from the predicted curve which did not take debonding (dashed line) into account when the deflection was more than 1 mm.
To model the interaction behavior between the core and precast wythes in ABAQUS, the cohesive property interaction to define the debonding behavior between the two interfaces is utilized.