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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Effect Of Commercial Acrylic Resins On Dimensional Accuracy Of The Maxillary Denture Base.|
Rizzatti Barbosa C.M.
|Abstract:||Denture base dimensional changes were found with commercial thermocured acrylic resins. Fifteen stone cast-wax base sets were packed for routine flasking. Clássico, Vipcril, and Meliodent Multicryl acrylic resins were prepared according to manufacturer instructions. After final acrylic resin pressing, the flasks were placed in strain clamps and submitted to polymerization cycles in heat-water following manufacturer instructions. The resin bases were fixed on casts with instant adhesive and the sets laterally sectioned in the corresponding regions to the distal of canines (A), mesial of first molars (B), and posterior palatal zone (C). The gap between the stone cast and resin base was verified with a measuring microscope at five reference positions for each type of cut. The data were submitted to ANOVA and Tukey's test and a significant statistical difference between the commercial acrylic resins was shown. The pattern of distortion verified in the posterior palatal region was confirmed in the C cut with significant statistical differences among the three acrylic resins. However, there were no significant statistical differences in A and B cuts.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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