Trauma to the Teeth Can Be Transmitted to the Supporting Structures, Which Get Damaged. This Can Cause Mobility of the Teeth. such Mobile Teeth May Require Splinting for a Specified Period of Time Till the Supporting Tissues Heal and the Tooth Becomes Stable.
Splinting is a Procedure Where the Teeth Are Supported in Its Position for a Period of Time. This is Done to Teeth That Are Traumatized or Teeth Whose Supporting Structures Are Affected by Disease, Which Prevents Them From Supporting the Teeth. Splinting Involves Binding a Group of Teeth Together So That the Biting Forces Are Shared by a Large Number of Teeth Instead of Being Born by the Affected Tooth.
Extremely Thin Fiber-glass Band (0.05 Mm / .0019″) to Be Used With Our Fiber-bond or Any Light-cured Bonding Agents. The Band is 4mm Wide, Which Gives 30% More Adhesion Power to the Interdental Area. Indicated for Periodontally Loosened Teeth, Post-traumatic Mobility, Surgical Reimplantation, or Even to Reinforce Temporary Bridges. It Can Also Be Used as Splinting Material for Orthodontic Stabilization. Strength With a Certain Degree of Flexibility and “tooth Hugging” Quality Combine for an Overall Aesthetic and Functional Result. Minimum Tooth Preparation.