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Post graduate student, department of prosthodontics, D. A. P. M. R. V. Dental college and hospitalPost graduate student, department of prosthodontics, D. A. P. M. R. V. Dental college and hospital
Comparative evaluation of the dimensional accuracy of autoclavable polyvinyl siloxane impression material with conventional polyvinyl siloxane impression material. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Clinical evidence: equia performs like composite in Class I and Class II fillingsClinical evidence: equia performs like composite in Class I and Class II fillings
Published in a leading oral health journal. The study, led by Professor Sevil Gurgan from the Department of Restorative Dentistry at Hacettepe University in Turkey, concluded that equia performs like composite in Class I and Class II. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Comparative evaluation of the fit of the partial denture framework fabricated from conventional casting wax and light cured pattern wax – an in vitro studyComparative evaluation of the fit of the partial denture framework fabricated from conventional casting wax and light cured pattern wax – an in vitro study
Post Graduate Student, Department of Prosthodontics, m r ambedkar Dental College and Hospital, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Medical Journal of Babylon Vol. 12- no. 4: 1146 -1153, 2015Medical Journal of Babylon Vol. 12- no. 4: 1146 -1153, 2015
A study was therefore, undertaken to measure pressure area of upper and lower complete dentures using different types of pressure indicating materials. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Medical Journal of Babylon-Vol. 11- no. 1 -201Medical Journal of Babylon-Vol. 11- no. 1 -201
Medical Journal of Babylon-Vol. 11- no. 1 -2014 مجلة بابل الطبية- المجلد الحادي عشر العدد الأول- 2014. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Rehabilitation of severely atrophied mandibular ridge with neutral zone technique. A case reportRehabilitation of severely atrophied mandibular ridge with neutral zone technique. A case report
Polyvinyl siloxane
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Exam questions & answers (Sample 12): Which one of the following impression materials is elastic, sets by a chemical reaction, and is catalyzed by lead peroxide?Exam questions & answers (Sample 12): Which one of the following impression materials is elastic, sets by a chemical reaction, and is catalyzed by lead peroxide?
Which one of the following impression materials is elastic, sets by a physical reaction, and is subject to syneresis and imbibition?. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Impression materials (2)Impression materials (2)
They have similar but not identical mixing and handling properties. One very important difference between types of elastomers is the adhesive used to bond the impression material to non-perforated metal stock tray or custom tray. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Impression materials for fixed restorations Major Jennifer V. Sabol, dc, usa & Captain John A. VanDercreek, dc, usnImpression materials for fixed restorations Major Jennifer V. Sabol, dc, usa & Captain John A. VanDercreek, dc, usn
The purpose of this update is to discuss different impression materials commonly used for fixed prostheses. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Abstract statement of problemAbstract statement of problem
Dimensional accuracy of monophase, 1-step and 2-step, and a novel 2-step putty-wash impression techniques: a comparative in vitro study. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Rajiv gandhi university of health sciences, bangalore, karnatakaRajiv gandhi university of health sciences, bangalore, karnataka
An in vitro study to evaluate the dimensional accuracy of three polyvinyl siloxane impression materials using single mix and double mix techniques.”. Polyvinyl siloxane
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Bangalore, karnataka proforma for registration of subjects for dissertationBangalore, karnataka proforma for registration of subjects for dissertation
Master of dental surgery in prosthodontics, crown and bridge including implantology. Polyvinyl siloxane
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