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The development of internal stresses in denture bases, during the procedures of curing, finishing and polishing is a very important factor and the power of these stresses is often of a remarkable level. In this article there are described the cases in which stresses are possible to develop inside the denture bases during the various processes of curing,… (More)
Stress occurs when homeostasis is threatened or perceived to be so. The stress system with its central and peripheral effectors regulate the brain's cognitive, reward and fear systems, wake-sleep centers as well as the growth, reproductive and thyroid hormone axes, and influence the gastrointestinal, cardiorespiratory, metabolic and immune systems.… (More)
In this article, there are described within the limitations of the given space, the problems arising during the procedure of curing of complete dentures as well as the methods available for overcoming these problems is a satisfactory way. Overcoming these problems would have a positive result on delivering from the flasks dentures which will dispose bases… (More)
The aim of this work was to estimate the internal friction of dental gypsum products by measuring their loss factor with the use of the peak-amplitude method of vibration analysis. Cylindrical specimens for the measurement of compressive strength and rectangular specimens for the measurement of loss factor were constructed from plaster, dental stone, and… (More)
One of the most important factor, to make a successful reconstruction of the endentate mouth--to make a complete denture--is the general physical examination. First, it comprises a discussion between the patient and the dentist, and later it completed with a detailed general medical and dental history.