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Title: Effect of operator variability on void formation in impressions made with an automixed addition silicone.
Authors: Lim, K.C.
Chong, Y.H. 
Soh, G. 
Issue Date: Feb-1992
Source: Lim, K.C.,Chong, Y.H.,Soh, G. (1992-02). Effect of operator variability on void formation in impressions made with an automixed addition silicone.. Australian Dental Journal 37 (1) : 35-38. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This study examined voids produced in impressions of an automixed addition-reaction silicone. Two operators took the impressions using material dispensed from either intra-oral tips or an impression syringe. The material was also hand-mixed for comparison. There were no differences in the number of voids in the automixed material dispensed using the intra-oral tip or impression syringe. Automixing produced substantially fewer voids than hand-mixing. There was a significant difference in the number of voids in the impressions made by the two operators.
Source Title: Australian Dental Journal
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/53424
ISSN: 00450421
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