indirect bonding


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in·di·rect bond·ing

(indi-rekt bonding)
Two-step process by which orthodontic attachments are affixed temporarily to teeth of a study cast from which they are transferred to the mouth at one time by means of a template or tray that preserves the predetermined orientation and permits them to be bonded simultaneously.
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At this point, transfer trays are fabricated so the brackets can be delivered clinically via the indirect bonding method.