Aesthetic archwires are ideal for use with aesthetic brackets to help provide an invisible appearance of orthodontic appliances. We offer three styles of aesthetic archwires to meet your professional needs: Super Elastic Nitanium Tooth Tone Archwires, Stainless Steel Tooth Tone Plastic Coated Archwires, and Micro-Coated Bio-Kinetix Thermal Archwires.
Super Elastic Nitanium Tooth Tone Archwires
Super Elastic Nitanium Tooth Tone Plastic Coated Archwires have a plastic, friction-reducing, tooth-colored coating which blends with natural dentition as well as ceramic, plastic, and composite brackets. Stain and crack resistant, the arch maintains it original color over time, and will not crack when deflected or bent.
This archwire displays the same features as non-aesthetic Super Elastic Archwires:
• Moderate, consistent force for efficient tooth movement
• Greater patient comfort during treatment than found with stainless steel archwires
• Excellent resiliency with high flexibility
• Responsive to chilling, 45-60° F (7.2-15.6°C)
• Near consistent force between archwire changes
• Rectangular archwire offers ability to simultaneously level and add torque and rotation earlier in treatment
• Available with a dimple center-mark
Micro-Coated Bio-Kinetix Thermal Archwires
Now made with a whiter coating…the micro-coated thermal Nitanium Archwire’s entire width is in metal and only the labial side of the wire is coated in bright white to enhance aesthetics.
Additional benefits of using the Micro-Coated Bio-Kinetix Thermally Activated Nitanium Archwire:
• Excellent shape integrity and memory for a heat-activated archwire
• Optimum and consistent performance
• Easy ligation at room temperature
• Outstanding resiliency
• Offers slightly lower forces than the Bio-Kinetix Plus Thermally Activated Nitanium Archwire
• Ideal in helping with significant crowding cases
• Very responsive to chilling which allows patient to subdue discomfort with cold, temperature items
• Low force provides greater patient comfort and helps control torque early in treatment