Effect of Commercially Available Denture Adhesives on Microhardness of a Flexible Denture Base Material

  title={Effect of Commercially Available Denture Adhesives on Microhardness of a Flexible Denture Base Material},
  author={Eman Mostafa Ahmed Ibraheem and Hoda Gaafar Hassan Hammad},
  journal={Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences},
  pages={862 - 868}
BACKGROUND: Various clinical cases of thermopress denture base materials necessitate the use of denture adhesives to achieve proper retention and stability of the removable prosthesis. Therefore; the microhardness of these flexible materials as surface property and its’ alterations due to the application of various denture adhesives are still crucial issues to be discussed. AIM: This study aimed to investigate the impact of two commercially available denture adhesives (DAs) on microhardness of… 
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