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Materiale Plastice, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. (2011)




LAURA IOSIF, OANA ELENA AMZA, ELENA PREOTEASA, GHEORGHE AMZA, CRISTINA TEODORA PREOTEASA, CONSTANTIN DUMITRASCU Contributions Regarding the Assessment of Polymeric Materials Used in Complete Dentures by Thermographic Analysis Experimental study


Abstract:
This study followed the value of thermographic investigation in interrelation of polymeric materials with oral mucosa in patients with complete dentures, respectively thermal surface changes at completely edentulous patients, with and without stomatitis, using ThermaCAM PM 350. Thermograms revealed an elevated temperature under the denture, thermal values corresponding to mucosal aspects (edentulous without dentures, dentures wearer, normal or congested mucosa, flabby ridge) and prosthetics (suction degree), with asymmetrical color distribution of the thermal field in oral mucosa, respectively denture surface. Polymeric material shows a similar temperature rise to the mucosa (thermal impression) and residual heat. Thus, thermography may be a method of polymer-oral status interrelation assessment in denture wearers, providing important information in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, acquired in relation to polymer dentures. Keywords: polymeric material, oral mucosa, complete denture, thermography



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