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Round hook:
maximum patient comfort and
safe sealing of elastics
large undercut to seal ligatures and accessories
Beveled slot:
rounded mesial-distal
edges to avoid notching
and minimize binding
Made with
CIM technology

(Ceramic Injection Molding)

in translucent polycrystalline ceramics

Maximum aesthetics, dynamic control, easy open/close

AquaSL ceramic brackets combine the highest translucence with biomechanical control performance of interactive self-ligating brackets

Retention base

Mechanical retention for optimum bond strength of acrylic resin on the base and predictable debonding.
Anatomical base curvature for a perfect adaptation to the tooth surface which minimizes the amount of compound employed ensuring a perfect seal.


Nickel-Titanio Clip

The clip large
As the mesio-distal slot width facilitates the insertion of archwires thus giving the highest biomechanical control

Opening and closing
Reliable over time and elastic memory of the nickel titanium alloy guaranteed

Rhodium plated surface
Reduces light reflection and ensures minimal visibility of brackets

The clip is designed with 3 keeper notches on the anterior edge which permit a correct central closure for maximum stability during treatment


Biomechanical dynamic control

The special shape of the clip and the gradual interaction with the wire permit the calibration of friction in the different stages of treatment.
Passive phase
Round archwires do not get in contact with the clip so they can slide inside the slot by facilitating the process of alignment and leveling.
Interactive phase
Rectangular archwires used for space closure during control of rotation and torque, deform the metal clip elastically with a biomechanical gain control necessary for this stage of treatment.
Active phase
Rectangular archwires for finishing and detailing fill completely the slot by going into active contact with the clip:
that permits to take advantage of metal superelastic properties and gets the smallest movements for finishing of treatment.

Easy Open/Close

Insert the tip of a probe or utility tool into the hole in the clip
and exercise a movement towards the occlusal plane.
Slide the clip with a slight pressure towards the gingiva using a pointed tool or even
just a finger.
View on the Orthodontic Catalog 2018