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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Amongst the specialists and general dental practitioners 83% used type III dental stone and 88% used type II stone for pouring impression respectively.
Type III dental stone can be used for pouring up the cast.
Using elastomeric impression material, the impression of the die is taken, the modelling wax poured into the impression and the wax pattern obtained is invested in the dental flask in the conventional manner using dental stone and model plaster.
The subject of this call for quotes is the supply of type iii dental stone.
Water powder ratio plays its role as an important factor in the quality of gypsum materials12,13 many experiments have been done to improve mechanical properties of dental stone and they have main concerned towards the decrease of gauging water requirement.
All the selected samples were initially subjected to oral prophylaxis, impressions were made with Alginate and casts were poured immediately with dental stone.
Secondary impression was made with addition silicon and poured in type 5 dental stone.
Border moulding was done with green stick or low fusing compound (DPI company, Mumbai, India) and secondary impression was made with monophase silicone impression material (Aquail, Dentsply, Germany) (Fig 5) Master cast was poured with Dental stone (Neelkanth Minecham, Rajasthan, India.
Implant analogs fixed to the abutments, were placed into their own replicas and the impressions were poured with type IV dental stone in order to obtain master casts.
Primary impressions of both the maxillary and mandibular edentulous arches were made using imprezzion compound (Azian acry1atez, Mumbai, India) and primary casts were poured with dental stone (Ctone P1azter, Nee1kanth Minechem, Rajazthan, India).
After setting of the impression it was then carefully freed from the skin, removed (Figure 2) and poured in white colored dental stone to obtain a model with markings on skin transferred to it.