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|Title:||Shear bond strength of denture teeth to base: A comparative study|
|Authors:||Thean, H.P.Y. |
|Citation:||Thean, H.P.Y.,Chew, C.-L.,Goh, K.I. (1996). Shear bond strength of denture teeth to base: A comparative study. Quintessence International 27 (6) : 425-428. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Fracture and debonding of plastic teeth from the denture base are common clinical problems. In this study, a shear, or peeling, load was applied to the tooth-denture base junction. The bond strength of a high-impact, heat-cured denture base to three commercial brands of denture teeth, Bioform, Dentacryl, and TNR, was assessed. Ninety-three percent of the specimens exhibited cohesive failure within the body of the tooth and not adhesive failure at the tooth-denture base junction. Some of the teeth exhibited brittle fracture while others underwent distortion on loading. Dentacryl displayed the highest cohesive bond strength, followed by Bioform and TNR.|
|Source Title:||Quintessence International|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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