Ensuring full control, torque is built into the base of each bracket for accurate placement on each tooth. This must be accompanied by the bidirectional arch base or it will not fit properly. It allows the slot point, the base point (middle of the base) and the reference point on the tooth to be on the same plane, a necessity for proper tooth positioning and level slot alignment.
Auta brackets are bidirectional arch base, which mirror the mesiodistal and occlusal-gingival curvature of the crown of each tooth type. The base curvature is the same or slightly more curved than the tooth surface so that the bracket stem and slot are precisely positioned.
Sandblasted base and bidirectional arch base match the anatomy of the tooth for maximum contact and a strong, consistent bond. One-piece metal injection molding eliminates all bracket-to-pad separations.
Torque-in-Base compound contour for level slot line-up
Metal Injection Molding (MIM) with 17-4PH stainless steel for smooth and non-deformable slot
Smooth, rounded edges to reduce friction and occlusal interference
Symmetrical tie-wings with generous space for ligation
Center scribe line for accurate bracket placement
Color and number coded for easy identification
Ball hooks available on 3’s, 4’s & 5’s