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Compatibility of tissue conditioners and denture cleansers: Influence on surface conditions


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Title: Compatibility of tissue conditioners and denture cleansers: Influence on surface conditions
Authors: Murata, Hiroshi / Chimori, Hironori / Hong, Guang / Hamada, Taizo / Nikawa, Hiroki
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: The Japanese Society for Dental Materials and Devices / 日本歯科理工学会
Citation: Dental Materials Journal, 29(4), pp.446-453; 2010
Abstract: Chemical cleansing by denture cleansers is the first choice for denture plaque control of tissue conditioners. This study evaluated the influences of denture cleansers on the surface quality of tissue conditioners by determining surface roughness and porosity. Three tissue conditioners (Hydro-Cast, SR-Ivoseal, Visco-Gel) and 3 types of denture cleansers (Pika [enzyme type], Polident [neutral peroxide type with enzymes], Steradent [alkaline peroxide type]) were evaluated. Five specimens of each tissue conditioner/solution combination for each time period of immersion were prepared. The surface roughness of dental stone casts made from the tissue conditioners was evaluated using a profilometer. The surface quality of Hydro-Cast and Visco-Gel tended to be most deteriorated by the alkaline peroxide cleanser. The enzyme type of denture cleansers is most suitable for tissue conditioners in terms of surface quality. The suitable period for application of the enzyme cleansers would range from 3 to 7 days.
Keywords: Denture cleansers / Surface conditions / Tissue conditioners
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/25097
ISSN: 02874547
DOI: 10.4012/dmj.2009-135
Rights: Copyright (c) 2010 The Japanese Society for Dental Materials and Devices
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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