Bond Strength of Artificial Teeth Attached to a Microwave-Polymerized Denture Base Resin after Immersion in Disinfectant Solutions.

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Summary of "Bond Strength of Artificial Teeth Attached to a Microwave-Polymerized Denture Base Resin after Immersion in Disinfectant Solutions."

To evaluate the bond strength between two types of acrylic resin teeth and a microwave denture base resin after immersion in disinfectant solutions for 180 days.


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Name: Journal of prosthodontics : official journal of the American College of Prosthodontists
ISSN: 1532-849X


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