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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2010, Volume 47, Issue 4,





LAVINIA ARDELEAN, CRISTINA BORTUN, MARILENA MOTOC, LAURA RUSU Alternative Technologies for Dentures Manufacturing using Different Types of Resins


Abstract:
In the idea of improving the performances of both full and removable partial dentures, new materials and technologies are coming on the market, promising a better quality. Thermoplastic materials are used more and more widely in the technology of complete or removable partial dentures due to their superior qualities. Thermoplastic resins are suitable for manufacturing a wide range of removable partial dentures without metallic structure, in optimal conditions of biocompatibility. By injection, we have manufactured several removable partial dentures without metallic structure. Full denture casting currently represents a technological alternative. The casting system we tested, usually uses reversible hydrocolloids for investing wax patterns. Besides the system’s own advantages, the authors also noticed certain errors consecutive to casting, materialized in lack of substance and the development of porosities on the mucosal facets of the complete denture bases. Keywords: removable partial dentures, thermoplastic materials, molding-injection devices, casting, full dentures, errors



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