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Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry

Three-dimensional stability of new denture base resin systems

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      Abstract

      Ten maxillary dentures were constructed on standard-sized casts in each of four acrylic resins. Uniform placement of the artificial teeth and thickness of the base were maintained by use of a silicone rubber mold. Metal shot was luted in preselected positions to the dentures and the land of the cast. Frontal, lateral, and occlusal radiographs were made of the dentures at time intervals of (1) before processing, (2) after processing, (3) immediately after removal from the cast, and (4) 30 days later. Study of the radiographs revealed significant variations in position of the metal shot from the before-processing baseline within each group of dentures and significant differences between groups of dentures.
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