To help orthodontists use Anboini System, we provide clinical guide videos in this page.
Customized Lingual Indirect Bonding (CLIB): Anboini Lingual Orthodontic System Clinical Guide
This video shows how Anboini lingual braces are bonded using individual transfer tray, which is based on Anboini innovator’s work “Hong RK, Kim YH, Park JY. A new customized lingual indirect bonding system. J Clin Orthod 2000;34:456-460.”
- Accuracy of indirect bonding is essential for successful lingual orthodontic treatment.
- Individually customized prescription which is made during laboratory procedure can be transferred accurately and easily to the oral cavity with Anboini individual transfer tray.
- Don’t be afraid of debonding or loss of original bracket.
- Re-bonding original or new bracket with Anboini individual transfer tray is very easy and accurate.
- Fit between lingual surface and bracket base can be seen and easily verified unlike a silicone transfer tray.
- It is easy to access for curing light and removing excess bonding material.
Standard Ligation with Steel ligature: Anboini Lingual Orthodontic System Clinical Guide
This video shows how Anboini preformed lingual straight archwire is engaged using standard ligation method with steel ligature (0.008-inch stainless steel) and ligature tying/tucking instrument. In Anboini system, double-over tie is not recommended and needed because it is very cumbersome and time-consuming to tie and untie.
Standard Ligation with Elastomeric ligature: Anboini Lingual Orthodontic System Clinical Guide
This video shows how Anboini preformed lingual straight archwire is engaged using standard ligation method with elastomeric ligature, ligature tying/tucking instrument, and Mathieu plier.
Soldering of Lever-Arm to Lingual Archwire: Anboini Lingual Orthodontic System Clinical Guide
This video shows how lever-arm (0.7mm stainless steel) is soldered to lingual straight archwire. Prepare the 16×22 stainless steel preformed closing straight archwire and 0.7mm stainless steel lever-arm. Melt and apply base plate wax on the working case. Put the archwire and lever-arm on the cast. Fix them to the cast by using utility wax. The base plate wax helps the utility wax attach to and stay on the cast. Afterwards, cover the utility wax with plaster in order to prevent the utility wax from melting. Then, put silver solder onto the brass wire by melting the silver solder. Apply the flux at the connection between the archwire and lever-arm. To avoid heating the archwire, only torch the brass wire and melted silver solder is transferred to the connection between the archwire and lever-arm.
Lingual lever-arm mechanics can be referred in the following articles:
- Hong RK, Heo JM, Ha YK. Lever-arm and mini-implant system for anterior torque control during retraction in lingual orthodontic treatment. Angle Orthod 2005;75:129-141.
- Hong RK, Lim SM, Heo JM, Ahn JH. Treatment of bimaxillary protrusion with lever-arm mechanics and micro-implant anchorage. J Clin Orthod 2014;48:505-12.
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For 25 years, we have used Fujita’s multi-slotted lingual brackets and its associated mushroom archwires, who is the originator of lingual orthodontics. By the change of the time, the concept of the straight archwire also came into request in lingual orthodontics, which could not keep up with the Fujita lingual bracket. ...more