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|Title:||An evaluation of bond strengths of denture repair resins by a torsional method||Authors:||Thean, H.P.Y.
Denture repair resins
Torsion tests evaluation
|Issue Date:||1998||Citation:||Thean, H.P.Y.,Chew, C.L.,Goh, K.I.,Norman, R.D. (1998). An evaluation of bond strengths of denture repair resins by a torsional method. Australian Dental Journal 43 (1) : 5-8. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Chemical cure resin materials are generally used in the repair of dentures. Different repair resins used may yield different results. The bond strength of three autopolymerizing resins were evaluated using a torsional test method. The results showed that Palapress and Caulk resins had a higher repair strength than Rapid Repair resin.||Source Title:||Australian Dental Journal||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/46812||ISSN:||00450421|
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