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dent mat 2

impression materials

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Types of Impression materials inelasticelasticelastomers
Uses of Inelastic materials edentulous impressionsbite registrations
Typesof Inelastic Impression materials impression plastercompoundZOE
Physical changes of Compound Impression Materials compound water bathbunsen burner
uses of ZOE as an impression material secondary impression for denturesbite registration
Types of elastic impression material hydrocolloidselastomers
Types of Hydrocolloids reversible and irreversible
types of elastomers polysulfide, condesation silicone, polyethers, olyvinylsiloxane
uses of reversible hydrocolloids final impression crown and bridge
Chemical reactions of reversible hydrocolloid physical change sol----> gel by heat
Composition of Reversible hydrocolloid: Agar sol to gel
Composition of Reversible hydrocolloid:Borax strength
Composition of Reversible hydrocolloid:potassium sulfate setting of gypsum
Composition of Reversible hydrocolloid:benzoates preservative
Composition of Reversible hydrocolloid:additive water to balance
Advantages of Reversible Hydrocolloids CostUsable in a wet environmenet
Disadvantages to a reversible hydrocolloid suneresisimbibitioncross contaminations
Uses of polysulfides final impression crown and bridgefinal impression dentures
Chemical Reaction of Polysulfides polymerization
Uses of condensation silicone final impression crown and bridgefinal impression denture
Chemical Reaction of Codensation silicone polymerization
Uses of polyvinylsiloxane final impression crown and bridgefinal impression denturebite registration
Chemical Reaction of Polyvinylsiloxane polymerization
uses of polyethers final impression crown and bridgefinal impression denturebite registration
Chemical reaction of polyethers polymerization
Created by: Brigid Martin Brigid Martin on 2010-04-25



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