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Volume 4 , Issue 5
September/October 1991

Pages 445-448


In Vitro Properties of Light-Polymerized Reline Materials

Smith/Powers/Ladd


PMID: 1811639

One premixed and three powder-liquid light-polymerized, hard denture reline materials were evaluated for Knoop hardness, transverse strength, and tensile strength when bonded to a heat-activated denture resin. The chemical compositions of the components of the reline materials were analyzed. The premixed light-activated liner was harder, had a higher tensile bond strength to the heat-activated denture resin, and was somewhat stronger than the power-liquid reline materials. Properties of the resins were related to their compositions.


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