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debonding n.

In vitro debonding of orthodontic retainers analyzed with finite element analysis

Development of a device to measure bracket debonding force in vivo

Enamel surface roughness following debonding using two resin grinding methods

Super pulse CO2 laser for bracket bonding and debonding

Effect of adhesive resin flexibility on enamel fracture during metal bracket debonding: an ex vivo study

Evaluation of the debonding strength of orthodontic brackets using three different bonding systems

Thermal image analysis of electrothermal debonding of ceramic brackets: an in vitro study

The force levels required to mechanically debond ceramic brackets: an in vitro comparative study

Debonding characteristics of a polymer mesh base ceramic bracket bonded with two different conditioning methods

Enamel colour changes at debonding and after finishing procedures using five different adhesives

Debonding and adhesive remnant cleanup: an in vitro comparison of bond quality, adhesive remnant cleanup, and orthodontic acceptance of a flash-free product

Debonding force and deformation of two multi-stranded lingual retainer wires bonded to incisor enamel: an in vitro study

A comparative study of qualitative and quantitative methods for the assessment of adhesive remnant after bracket debonding

Evaluation of failure characteristics and bond strength after ceramic and polycarbonate bracket debonding: effect of bracket base silanization

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


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1. The process by which orthodontic brackets and associated bonding resin are removed from the enamel surface of a tooth and the tooth is restored to its original condition.

2. The failure of the micromechanical bond between a resin restorative material and the enamel or dentine surface.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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