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Volume 4 , Issue 6
November/December 1991

Pages 561-568


Adhesion of a New Light-Polymerized Denture Base Resin to Resin Teeth and Denture Base Materials

Hayakawa/Hirano/Nagao/Matsumoto/Masuhara


PMID: 1817529

Shear adhesive strength tests were conducted to examine the adhesion of a newly developed light-polymerized denture base resin (LPR) to resin teeth and denture base materials. When LPR was bonded to these materials with a new light-activated bonding agent, the adhesive strength improved greatly. Adhesive strengths of LPR to denture base metals were greater than, or similar to, the metal adhesive autopolymerized resin containing 4-META. Compared with the metal adhesive heat-polymerizing resin, the LPR adhesive values were less when bonded to pure titanium but greater for 18-8 stainless steel and the gold-silver-palladium alloy.


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