Bonding Stick

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Model Number – NH-57490

Brand – Niche Healthcare

A bonding stick, often referred to as a bonding applicator or bonding wand, is a dental tool used in adhesive dentistry for the precise application of dental bonding agents.

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Bonding Stick
Used for sticking molding tablets, dental patches, dental drills and other products, and brushing liquid objects such as adhesive or acid etching agent in the affected area in oral clinic.
Colour: blue
Package: 20pcs/box

A bonding stick, often referred to as a bonding applicator or bonding wand, is a dental tool used in adhesive dentistry for the precise application of dental bonding agents. Dental bonding agents are materials used to bond restorative materials, such as composite resin, to the natural tooth structure. The bonding stick facilitates the controlled application of these bonding agents during dental procedures. Here’s how a bonding stick is commonly used within dental settings:

  1. Handling Bonding Agents: Dental bonding agents typically come in liquid or gel forms. The bonding stick is used to apply these agents to specific areas of the tooth where bonding is required.

  2. Microbrush Applicator: Bonding sticks often have a microbrush applicator at one end. This microbrush is a small, disposable applicator with fine bristles that allows dental professionals to precisely apply the bonding agent to the tooth surface.

  3. Isolation and Application: Before applying the bonding agent, the tooth surface is cleaned and isolated. The bonding stick is then used to apply the bonding agent in a controlled manner to the prepared tooth surface.

  4. Priming and Etching: In some cases, bonding sticks may be used to apply a separate etchant or primer to the tooth surface. Etching and priming enhance the bonding strength by creating a micro-textured surface and promoting adhesion between the tooth structure and the restorative material.

  5. Adhesive Layer Application: The bonding stick is particularly useful for applying a thin and even layer of adhesive to the tooth. This layer acts as a bridge between the tooth and the restorative material, ensuring a strong and durable bond.

  6. Restorative Dentistry: Bonding sticks are commonly used in various restorative dental procedures, including the placement of composite resin fillings, bonding veneers, and other cosmetic or restorative treatments.

  7. Precision and Control: The design of the bonding stick allows for precise control during application. This is important for achieving uniform coverage and ensuring that the bonding agent reaches all necessary areas.

  8. Disposable and Sterile: Many bonding sticks are disposable to prevent cross-contamination between patients. They are often supplied in sterile packaging to maintain aseptic conditions during dental procedures.

  9. Compatibility with Adhesive Systems: Bonding sticks are designed to work in conjunction with different adhesive systems used in dentistry. Dental professionals select the appropriate bonding agent and stick based on the specific requirements of the procedure.

  10. Enhancing Bond Strength: The proper application of bonding agents using bonding sticks contributes to the overall bond strength between the tooth and the restorative material. This is crucial for the success and longevity of dental restorations.

Bonding sticks are essential tools in modern adhesive dentistry, allowing dental professionals to achieve reliable and durable bonds between natural teeth and restorative materials. They offer a level of precision and control that is crucial for the success of various dental procedures.

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