SECTION 25: Spruing, Investing, Casting, and Polishing

Sowter, John B.
July 1986
Removable Prosthodontic Techniques;1986, p203
Book Chapter
Chapter 25 of the book "Removable Prosthodontic Techniques" is presented. It highlights the process of wax pattern conversion into a polished casting. It describes the proper sequence for polishing gold including the sequence of polishing agents. It explains the reason auxiliary sprues are attached to the thickest portion of the pattern.


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