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Flexural strength of relined denture base using different thickness of self-cured relining material

  title={Flexural strength of relined denture base using different thickness of self-cured relining material},
  author={Danielle van Hout and Amornrat Wonglamsam and W. Kanchanavasita},
Objectives: To evaluate the flexural strength of a heat-cured denture base polymer relined with different thickness of self-cured relining materials. Materials and methods: Two different thickness ratios (1.5:1.5 and 2:1) of one heat-cured denture base polymer (ProBase Hot) to three self-cured hard relining materials (Kooliner PEMA, Tokuyama Rebase II PEMA and Unifast Trad PMM) were examined. Three point bending flexural test was applied on the relined specimens (64mm ×10mm×3mm) and on intact… 

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