Denture Base Resins and Teeth

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But printed seem especially fragile. Or am I wrong?
Not at all. During a presentation at a fairly large practice I literally had a doctor throw them up against the wall like a freaking baseball they hit the wall and bounced off the floor. Didnā€™t break! šŸ˜±
 
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Not at all. During a presentation at a fairly large practice I literally had a doctor throw them up against the wall like a freaking baseball they hit the wall and bounced off the floor. Didnā€™t break! šŸ˜±
That was the trick acrylic ones he had in his pocket.
 
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Anybody remember the video a lab busting dentures with a hammer to show how strong Diamond D was?
 
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The curing unit for lucitone print has light plus heat. Dentsply has two versions. I think one is similar to the eclipse curing unit but I donā€™t actually have one to compare.
 
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Not at all. During a presentation at a fairly large practice I literally had a doctor throw them up against the wall like a freaking baseball they hit the wall and bounced off the floor. Didnā€™t break! šŸ˜±
What resin?
Side note, many years ago when Procera alumina copings were the newest-best thing the sales guy for the lab I worked at would introduce them to the doctors and say they were so strong you can step on them, then demonstrate with his dress shoe. After a few of these visits, he went to a current account who happened to be the head of the state dental society and did his demo trick- you guessed it, it shattered!
 
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