BEAUTIFULLY CLEAR, UNIQUELY STRONG

Inspire ICE brackets are made of monocrystalline for a crystal-clear appearance that blends in with patients’ natural enamel, regardless of shade. The material, combined with a proprietary heat-treating process not only provides a beautiful sapphire finish, but creates a bracket that has been optimized for performance with greater tie- wing and torque strength, which enhances clinical performance and treatment flexibility.

Inspire ICE brackets

MAXIMUM STRENGTH FOR CLINICAL PERFORMANCE

Inspire ICE performed with 2X the tie-wing strength and 3X (300%) more torque strength than the leading competitor. The durability of the tie wings and the archwire slot offers clinicians the ability to use steel ligatures, and fully express torque when needed for maximum treatment flexibility and efficacy.

Comparison of Torque Strength

EASY TO DEBOND

EASY TO DEBOND

Inspire Ice utilizes Ormco’s proprietary ball-base design, which reduces the force required to debond for safe, easier single piece removal1. Using the Inspire ICE bracket removal plier ensures brackets come of easily and consistently. Simply engage the Inspire ICE debonding instrument under the tie-wing area and advance the instrument toward the bracket pad.

EASY TO DEBOND
SMOOTH AND COMFORTABLE

SMOOTH AND COMFORTABLE

Inspire ICE is manufactured with a proprietary heat treating and tumbling process that provides smooth surfaces and rounded contours for patient comfort.


FAST, ACCURATE PLACEMENT

FAST, ACCURATE PLACEMENT

Ormco’s Face-Paint™ system is designed to facilitate bracket placement as well as identification. The facial surface is coated with a nontoxic, water-soluble dye and the recesses of the archwire slot and inner tie-wing are uncolored, creating a “crosshair” effect that facilitates fast, accurate placement.

FAST, ACCURATE PLACEMENT
EXCELLENT SLIDING MECHANICS

EXCELLENT SLIDING MECHANICS

Inspire ICE has an ultra-smooth heat polished surface and rounded contours which facilitate easy wire insertion and less frictional resistance.


¹ Suliman, Sam N.; Trojan, Terry M.; Tantbirojn, Daranee; Versluis, Antheunis. “Enamel loss following ceramic bracket debonding: A quantitative analysis in vitro.” Angle Orthodontist, Vol 85, No 4, 2015 pp. 651-656.
† Radiance is a trademark of American Orthodontics. Clarity is a trademark of 3M Corporation.