The sunflex flexible denture base
materials are virtually Invisible, Unbreakable, Metal-Free, Lightweight and incredibly Comfortable.
Internally weighted mandibular denture fabrication using a processed denture base
Effect of packing types on the dimensional accuracy of denture base
resin cured by the conventional cycle in relation to post-pressing times.
Method for enhancing retention in complete denture bases
Fletcher AM, Purnaveja S, Amin WM, Ritchie GM, Moradians S, Dodd AW (1983) The level of residual monomer in self-curing denture base
Effect of the curing cycle on some properties of a polymethylmethacrylate denture base
Disadvantage of magnets are their detachability from the resin denture bases
, so care was taken to overcome that by air abrasion of magnet with alumina and application of primer to increase the bonding with autopolymerizing resin.
Eliminating voids occurring in the interfacial space in the absence of absolute adaptation of the denture base
to the bearing tissue.
Laser Rapid forming of a Complete Titanium Denture Base
Plate: This technique uses the combination of the CAD/CAM and LRF (Laser Rapid Forming) methods for forming the titanium plate of a complete denture.
Collection of the demographic data of the participants was followed by some technical questions to identify the possible errors accountable for teeth-denture base
interface failure like the type of teeth and denture base
materials used; chemical/mechanical modifications of ridge lap surface area (RLSA) of teeth; the presence of possible contaminants at the RLSA of acrylic teeth and their effective removal and some questions regarding acrylic denture packing and curing stages to assess technician's expertise.
Since most complete dentures nowadays are made with acrylic resin teeth with poly methylmetha acrylate (PMMA) resin for the denture base
, it is always better to follow a cleaning method in which strong abrasive action is not present [2,5].
However, other factors may also be associated: denture trauma due to the continuous wearing of dentures, poor oral and dental hygiene, allergic reactions to denture base
materials such as residual monomers, dietary factors such as resultant hematological and nutritional deficiencies, infections such as Candida infections, microbial factors, systemic factors such as diabetes mellitus and immunodeficiency, and miscellaneous factors such as thermal stoppage below the denture, age of the denture, smoking, various types of irradiation, dryness of the mouth, medications, and reduced saliva flow (1-8, 10-13, 15-21).