Impression Techniques for Fixed Partial Denture: A Systematic Review
Ike Damayanti Habar, Eri Hendra Jubhari, Irfan Dammar, Andres Jordan Siahay, Herawati Hasan, Bashierah Ika Sari, Nina Permatasari, Andre Kusoemo.
These articles are search forms from published databases; electronic databases are searched using the terms MeSH (Medical Subject Headings), search terms, and their combinations: "impression techniques" and "fixed dentures." Ninety-seven journals explain this, with only nine journals that meet the inclusion criteria. The results of one-step impression techniques using polyether and polyvinyl siloxane indicate no accuracy on the impression material. In the two-step technique, smaller porosity occurs on impression material, yet it takes longer divided into putty and light body impression. One-step and two-step techniques are acceptable for many clinicians. This study suggests there aren't significant differences between the one-step and two-step impression techniques in the buccal section. Still, there were significant differences between both impression techniques in the mesial and distal region.
Fixed Denture, Impression Techniques, Silicone.
American Journal of Diagnostic Imaging
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