Influence of Different Pigment Incorporation Methods on Color, Dimensional Stability, and Detail Reproduction of Silicones.

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Summary of "Influence of Different Pigment Incorporation Methods on Color, Dimensional Stability, and Detail Reproduction of Silicones."

 To analyze the influence of three pigment incorporation methods on color change, dimensional stability, and detail reproduction of the MDX4-4210 and A-2186 silicones.


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Name: European journal of dentistry
ISSN: 1305-7456
Pages: 399-404


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