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Evaluation of peel bond strength between plexiglas acrylic (pmma) and maxillofacial silicone using three different primers

  title={Evaluation of peel bond strength between plexiglas acrylic (pmma) and maxillofacial silicone using three different primers},
  author={Waqas Hassan Tanveer and Amornrat Wonglamsam and Salunya Tancharoen and Arunee Tirasriwat and Theerathavaj Srithavaj and Binit Shrestha and Natdhanai Chotprasert},
Objective: The bonding of maxillofacial silicone to acrylic resin is a critical issue when rehabilitating with implants retained maxillofacial prosthesis. The aim of this study was to evaluate 180 ̊ peel bond strength between prefabricated Plexiglas acrylic and maxillofacial silicone by using three different primers. Material and Methods: The peel bond strength between maxillofacial silicone, A-2186 and Plexiglas acrylic resin was assessed by using three different primers (A-306, A-304 and A… 

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