Clinical Survival of Rebonded Brackets with Different ARI Scores

Mohammad Hossein Ahangar Atashi, Setareh Khosravib, Seyyed Mahdi Vahid Pakdel

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Introduction: Bracket debonding is one of the most common events in orthodontics. The aim of the present study was to quantitatively compare clinical survival of rebonded brackets with different ARI scores with new brackets rebonding. Materials and Methods: The subjects in the present study consisted of 74 patients with 76 debonded brackets on maxillary first and second premolars. After refreshing the bracket base of the debonded brackets, they were assigned in two groups: group A with 27 brackets of ARI≥4 and group B with 28 brackets of ARI≤2. In 21 cases, new brackets were used (group C). The frequency of the debonding in each rebonded group during treatment was calculated in intervals of 6,12,18 mounths after onset of bracket rebonding . Chi-squared test was used to compare the frequency of debonded brackets. Results: The frequency of debonded brackets was significantly higher in group B (ARI≤2) than those of groups A (ARI≥4) and C (new brackets). The number of debonded brackets were not significantly different between groups A (ARI≥4) and C (new brackets). Conclusion: Rebonding strength of debonded brackets in those that the failure is presented between adhesive and enamel (ARI≥4) could be clinically acceptable with no need to use new brackets. 

 

Key words: dental bonding; orthodontic brackets; prevalence

 


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