Easy placement of bends and loops at chairside saves time! wire bendability makes it the perfect wire for custom tipping, aligning, space closure, rotation, and tooth movement. The resiliency and moderate tooth-moving force of makes it a great wire for mid- to late stages of treatment. Working directly with our vendors to draw and roll our own wire to our tight quality specifications ensures that every archwire you purchase has consistently great formability and accurate activation range. Along with preformed arches and specialized archwires, we offer a wide variety of 14 inch lengths. Large, round wire lengths are ideal as retainer wire in the fabrication of retention appliances and transpalatal/palatal arches. The formability and resiliency of the rectangle and small, round lengths allow for custom fabrication of molar distalizing appliances, spring arches, sectional arches, and other devices where intricate loops and bends are needed.
- Safe for nickel sensitive patients.
- Low modulus of elasticity.
- High springback and flexibility.
- Low force-deflection rate.
- Moderate stiffness.
- Good corrosion resistance.
- Excellent formability
- Smooth polished surface.
- Moderate stiffness for root corrections
- Formability allows for intricate loop designs.
- Ductility allows for placement of tie-backs.
- Smaller increments of force loss during deactivation compared to Stainless Steel
- Spring-back is not lost by bending.
- Able to fill bracket slots earlier and correct torque.
- Overcorrection is possible by placing bends.
- Allows for larger activations.
- Gentle force delivery with larger archwire sizes
Adenta's custom-developed, nickel-free wire offers excellent formability and moderate forces for mid- to late stage treatment. Offering easier ligation than stainless steel and moderate tooth-moving forces, wire allows for earlier use of rectangular wire for torque correction. Its formability is ideal for chairside placement of loops and bends for space closure, tipping, or focused tooth movement. Lengths are perfect for fabrication of auxiliary arches, retainer and palatal appliances, as well as devices requiring intricate bends or loops.