The single-tube dental brackets have only one hole through which the wire is threaded. Molar tubes can be cemented directly onto the tooth surface, or metal rings, called bands, can be inserted around each molar tooth and welded to the tube. The tube itself might be single, double, or triple in size depending on the amount of how many holes it has). This design allows for exact control at all phases of orthodontic treatment for a better and measurable result.
The wide funnel-shaped opening, side gripping regions, and color-coding of the Master Buccal Tube aid to ease treatment by making wire identification, placement, positioning, and insertion easier. Because of the ease of usage, the Master Buccal Tube cuts down on treatment time making it a very cost-effective alternative for the clinic.