polysulfide impression material

polysulfide impression material

(pol″ē-sŭl′fīd″) [ poly- + sulfide]
An elastic final dental impression used to construct restorations, prosthetics, and appliances, which is made from a paste composed of polysulfide polymer, filler, sulfur, plasticizer, and an accelerator paste containing lead dioxide (which causes it to turn dark-brown).
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On the second diagnostic appointment, boarder molding with green sticks modeling compound (Kerr Corporation) and impressions of maxilla arch was made using Polysulfide rubber material (COE-FLEXA Lead-Free Polysulfide Impression Material, GC America).
these include reversible hydrocolloid this includes agar impression material, irreversible hydrocolloid this includes alginate impression material, modelling plastic impressions these includes impression compounds, plaster impression material, wax impression material, silicone based impression materials, polysulfide impression materials and polyether impression materials.3
[18.] Aziza Al Mobeeriek, Hana Al-Elshiekh (1998) Adverse Effects Of Polysulfide Impression Materials: Case Report, 10(2),86-88