TITLE

FACTORI CARE INFLUENÅ¢EAZÄ‚ FIDELITATEA AMPRENTEI CONVENÅ¢IONALE (CHIMICO-MANUALÄ‚)

AUTHOR(S)
Frå¡ilå, Anca; Boitor, Cornel; Ionaş, Mona; Stanciu, Liana; Boitor, Ovidiu
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Romanian Journal of Stomatology;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p276
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The accuracy and the registering capacity of details is of big importance in the impress of dental tissues and periodontal soft tissues. The fidelity of an impress is influenced by numerous factors. Knowing the criteria to selected materials for impress preparations, the procedures which need to be fullfilled on soft tissues and the impress techniques, permit the obtainment of a proper impress. The precision of the impress and the therapeutical success depend on the quality of the prosthetic fixed restorations.
ACCESSION #
57522334

 

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