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In order to prevent this, it would be helpful to cover the respiratory tract with vaselined buffers, but these buffers should be tied with ropes for the aspiration risk, and the other end of the ropes should be taken out of the mouth. Second Measurement for Cases involving Teeth: The recommended measurement methods for cases involving teeth changes are necessary to accommodate the presence of a metal casting skeleton or acrylic base. At the same time, measurement methods are important in cases in which the mouth opening is limited.
Although it is a thermoplastic resin, it is not shaped as thermoplastic in dentistry. The monomer plasticizes when the polymer becomes like dough. This dough is placed in the muffle and, as the monomer hardens over time, the resulting prosthetic base is in solid, homogenous resin form. They are generally consisted of a powder (polymer) and liquid (monomer). Materials added to the powder: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Acrylic copolymer or polymer particles Reaction-started materials (benzoyl peroxide or diisobutyl azonitril) Pigments and colors Opacity-inducing materials Plasticizer materials Organic and inorganic fibers Materials added to the liquid; 1.
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Overview of Maxillofacial Prosthetics by Arzu, M.D. Atay