denture base material

denture base material

The chemical resin (typically polymethylmethacrylate) from which a denture is made.
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Heat cure acrylic resin as a denture base material was most popular (74.
Impact and flexural strength still remain a requisite of denture base material, which needs to be improved in order to overcome the inherent liability to breakage [12-16].
studied hypersensitivity to acrylic denture base material, and noted resolution of the lesions of mouth after removal of the prosthesis.
The results oppose those of a study26 in which disinfection with hypochlorite solution did not influence the hardness of the denture base material.
The effects of various disinfectant solutions on the surface hardness of an acrylic resin denture base material.
9 However, the desired denture base material has not been developed yet.
The use of computed tomography in the detection of radiolucent denture base material in the chest.
1978): The Effect Of Cross Linking Agent On The Abrasion Resistance And Impact Strength Of An Acrylic Resin Denture Base Material, J Dent, 6:299-304
The adverse effect on abutments by partial dentures also depends on the type of denture base material used.
Smith Hyatt (1869) introduced celluloid that was later used as a denture base material because of its translucency and pink colour.
Douglas An in vitro study into the effect of a limited range of denture cleaners on surface roughness and removal of Candida albicans from conventional heat-cured acrylic resin denture base material, Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 2004 31; 460-467.
Due to the method of processing the acrylic resin for denture bases at fifty times the conventional processing pressure, there is less porosity, and denture base material may have less C.