The free (and open source) tool AutoHotkey allows users to write custom scripts that interact with the keyboard and mouse. In particular, one user has written a script called "Buggy Mouse" which "sets your mouse's minimum double-click speed (preventing single-clicks from being seen as double-clicks)". It does this by ignoring multiple clicks that occur too close to each other.
After installing AutoHotkey and loading the script, my own debouncing issues appear to have been solved.
You may need to adjust the DoubleClick_Min parameter at the top of the script which determines the minimum amount of time between mouse events to be considered as two independent clicks: I found that the default value caused legitimate double-clicks to be considered a bounce. The value of 75 seems to work well for me, however.
The utility from the posting of DarekGrund (Page #2 of this threat) is working flawlessly on Windows 7 64bit - Kudos to him !
Simpler & quicker fix than the one above using Autohotkey with scripts, nice one !