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soft liner

The material applied to the underside of a denture to provide a soft surface contact with the oral tissues. Some acrylic or silicone resins have been made resilient and are used as liners.
See also: liner
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In the present study, tensile bond strength between denture base resin and acrylic resin soft liner was tested using UTM.
Soft liner specimens were ultrasonically cleaned and maintained in 100% humidity at 35[degrees]C for 24 h prior to biofilm accumulation or PBS storage.
Presence of copper sulfate in the soft liner may prevent the adhesion of fungi.
The impact of large-area high-energy burst fragments against the soft liner can expand the liner axially, driving the entire volume of cushion liner simultaneously against the base and cover of the vacuum chamber.
There was no statistically significant difference between 1.5% and 1% W/V Clotrimazole in both pure and microsphere forms in both types of soft liner materials.
For a subtler effect why not try using teal as a soft liner under the lower lashes and along the upper lash line on the lid?
Eyebrows Tweeze out stragglers and define with a soft liner such as Collection 2000, pounds 1.99 (01695 50078).
The Cougars added an insurance run an inning later when Zac Almond's soft liner to center field scored designated hitter L.T.
Kevin Youkilis tapped a soft liner into right for a single, and Middlebrooks gave his team the lead with a sizzling home run just over the Green Monster in straightaway left.
That play proved key as Brown scored the go-ahead run on Mejia's soft liner to right.
Sometimes a soft liner over the first baseman's head can be more productive that a ball crushed into the outfield, Bittner says.