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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2016, Volume 53, Issue 4, 767-770



Magda Ecaterina Antohe, Cristina Dascalu, Carmen Savin, Norina Consuela Forna, Adriana Balan

Study Regarding the Toxic Effects of Acrylic Resins


Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of various acrylic structures anchored in the territory of termopolimerizable acrylates or flexible injection at tissue level. The changes induced at the termopolimerizable Meliodent acrylate type, took into account the diminishing of the fluid content, responsible for inflammatory and allergic reactions, and adding a metacrilat methyl maleic anhydride copolymer (M88). There were clinically evaluated the effects of different acrylic structure at the tissue level as well as for the resistance forces. Very good results in terms of inflammatory reactions prevalence were mild to obtain with flexible acrylate for termopolimerizable acrylate type Vertex without content of Cadmium and acrylate type Meliodent with the lowest fluid content and copolymer added. The optimal results in the plan of reducing the inflammatory effect of the tissue was doubled by biomechanical good results for Acrylates flexible termopolimerizable acrylate type for Vertex, and acrylate type fluid content Meliodent with 13, 72 and added copolymer.


Keywords:
acrylic resins; inflammatory effect; tissue; removable prostheses; biocompatibility

Issue: 2016 Volume 53, Issue 4
Pages: 767-770
Publication date: 2016/12/30
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