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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The cast and wax pattern sets of groups I, II, VII, and VIII were flasked in the lower part of a glass fiber flask (BMF1, Classico Dental Products, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil) for microwave polymeriza tion, and the sets of groups III, IV, V, and VI were flasked in the lower part of a traditional brass flask (Safrany; J Safrany Dental Metallurgy, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil) with type II dental stone (Pasom; Dental Products, SP, Brazil).
From these impressions, 24 total plaster models with the prepared replica were obtained using dental stone type IV (Herostone, Vigodent, Petropolis, Brazil).
Border molding was done on maxillary and mandibular special tray in a conventional manner, and dual impressions were made [Figure 2] and poured into dental stone to make a master cast.
Type III dental stone can be used for pouring up the cast.
After taking impression, it was then poured with dental stone within 10 minutes.
A diagnostic impression was made with irreversible hydrocolloid impression material and poured in dental stone to obtain the diagnostic cast.
Master cast was poured using dental stone. Record base was fabricated on this master cast.
While at dental laboratory, two dental stone casts were made; one for patient reference and other as working model, this was used to fabricate the molding plate.
Maxillary primary impression was made using alginate impression material (Tropicalgin, Zhermack, Italy) and diagnostic cast was prepared using type III dental stone (Kalrock, Kalabhai, India).