SKU: 18-435

Ceramic Bracket Debonding plier - Piece

  • This plier was designed to remove ceramic brackets easily without the risk of shattering.
    The beaks are specifically engineered to apply even pressure on the bracket causing it
    to collapse. Could be used for SS brackets
  • How to use the plier
    1- Remove arch wire.
    2- Place the plier flush on the bracket mesio-distally. Do not use it occluso-gingivally
    as the wings will break.
    3- Gently squeeze the bracket to collapse.
    4- Do not apply too much pressure as the bracket may fracture.
  • Brillianttm instruments are made from the highest quality forged stainless steel. forged instruments are stronger than casted instruments. orbital joint for maximum performance & durability. Superior performance over box and hex joint.
  • IOS’s Exclusive Warranty: All instruments manufactured by IOS carry a Five-Year warranty on material, workmanship, and corrosion resis­tance. With normal maintenance and proper use, these high-quality instruments will work for years!

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