Transverse deflection of polymer-based alternative materials for the manufacturing of a denture base

L Serrano Hernández, F. H. Barceló Santana, F. H. Barceló Santana, A. Santos Espinoza, A. Santos Espinoza

Resumen


Nowadays, alternative techniques are being developed for shorttime manufacturing of full prostheses, entailing different materials for the denture base. The purpose of the present study was to compare transverse deflection among polymer-based materials currently proposed as an alternative to materials commonly used to conventionally manufacture a full prosthesis. For the denture base the following materials were tested: thermo-cured (setting) acrylic resin, self-cured acrylic resin, 60 and 80 gauge acetate sheets coated with self-cured acrylic resin, liquid (fluid) acrylic resin as well as light-cured resin. Ten 65 x 10 x 2.5 mm samples of each material were manufactured. The samples were placed in water at 37°C for 50 hours. Transverse deflection was measured and results were analyzed with the help of one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA). Results exhibited statistically significant differences among groups. Acetate sheets coated with self-cured acrylic could represent an alternative for the rapid manufacturing of temporary denture basis.

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Transverse deflection, polymers, denture base

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22201/fo.1870199xp.2013.17.3%20Ing.69743


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