Vinylsiloxanether: a new impression material. Clinical study of implant impressions with vinylsiloxanether versus polyether materials.

@article{Enkling2012VinylsiloxanetherAN,
  title={Vinylsiloxanether: a new impression material. Clinical study of implant impressions with vinylsiloxanether versus polyether materials.},
  author={Norbert Enkling and Stefan Bayer and Peter Joehren and Regina Mericske-Stern},
  journal={Clinical implant dentistry and related research},
  year={2012},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={144-51}
}
AIM The performance of three elastomeric materials for the open monophase implant impressions technique was tested under the following clinical conditions: polyether (IM) and vinylsiloxanether without (ID) and with additional simultaneous splinting of the implant impression copings with a higher shore hardness A-silicone (IDF). MATERIALS AND METHODS The three test groups, IM, ID, and IDF, were randomly allocated 10 test subjects with three to five implants each. The impressions were analyzed… CONTINUE READING