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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2016, Volume 53, Issue 2, 247-251



Gabriela Ciavoi, Anamaria Bechir, Ioan Tig, Camelia Dalai, Roxana Manu

Aspects Regarding the use of Three Types of Polymers as Denture Base Materials


Abstract:
Removable partial dentures (PDs) are an affordable and effective treatment option in patients with partial edentations.This aim of this study is to evaluate the differences, in the terms of patient’s compliance, in restoration of partial edentations through three types of PDs, achieved of Meliodent-Kulzer acrylic resin, Valplast® polyamide resin, respectively of BioDentaplast-Bredent acetal resin. Investigations were carried out on 78 patients (3 groups of 26 patients), to which were performed 101 PDs (35 of Meliodent-Kulzer, 33 of polyamide Valplast®, respectively 33 of BioDentaplast-Bredent) and after the accommodation period with the dentures, six assays of compliance have been conducted. The results of the research have demonstrated that PDs made of flexible materials were far more favourable than those made of Meliodent acrylic resin, and PDs with BioDentaplast framework presented the best impact. The ascertained differences are relevant in the treatment of partial edentation, for choice of the best option for one of these three polymeric denture base materials.


Keywords:
Meliodent-Kulzer; Valplast; BioDentaplast; patient s compliance

Issue: 2016 Volume 53, Issue 2
Pages: 247-251
Publication date: 2016/6/30
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