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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2013, Volume 50, Issue 2,





Lavinia Ardelean, Laura-Cristina Rusu, Dana Cristina Bratu, Cristina Maria Bortun Diacrylic Composite Resins as Veneering Materials


Abstract:
The development of resins represented a great step forward in dental technique, the first thermopolymerisable acrylic resins being developed in 1936. Due to their disadvantages, several new materials and their processing technologies, which promise better quality, were introduced on the market, among them diacrylic composite resins. Initially composites were elaborated as esthetic restorative materials, subsequently they developed very much, so nowadays are being used in many various fields of dentistry. Indications for diacrylic composite resins. (DCR) in dental technique include: esthetic veneering for mixed metal-polymeric fixed prosthetic restorations (FPR), unidental or temporary FPR, inlays, onlays, epitheses, repairing damaged porcelain veneers, artificial teeth, manufacturing the base of mobile and removable dentures, repairing and/or re-optimization of the mobile and removable dentures. The aim of this study is to bring into discussion the superior qualities of the the new generation, VITA VM LC (VITA) composite veneering resins. The laboratory steps to be followed in order to obtain a VITA VM LC veneered FPR are the usual ones. After completing the metallic frame, the following step is veneering with VITA VM LC. The VITA VM LC layering concept is oriented after the natural model and is clearly distinguishable from all the other stratification concepts. The natural fluorescence and opalescence reproduction possibility leads to individual results with an aesthetically impressive appearance. A layered restoration performed with VITA VM LC behaves like a natural tooth in different lighting conditions. The excellence in dentistry is often achieved by combining scientific principles with artistic creativity, while choosing the material and technique has a major importance. Keywords: diacrylic composite resin for veneering, VITA VM LC, layering concept, aesthetic results



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