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EFFECT OF SURFACE DESIGN ON BOND STRENGTH OF RELINING DENTURE RESIN 결합면 형태가 이장용 레진의 결합강도에 미치는 영향
Eun-Ju Park, Tai-Ho Jin
박은주, 진태호

Statement of problem: Removable partial denture and complete denture often require den-
ture base relines to improve the fit against the tissue-bearing mucosa because of gradual changes
in edentulous ridge contours and resorption of underlying bone structure.
Purpose: This study was performed to investigate the effect of surface design on bond strength
of relining denture base resins to denture base acrylic resin.
Materials and method: Heat curing resin(Lucitone 199, Dentsply U.S.A. and Vertex, Dentimex,
Holland), self curing resin(Tokuso rebase, Tokuyama, Japan), and visible light curing resin(Triad,
Dentsply, U.S.A.) were used in this study.
The surface designs were classified as butt, bevel and rabbet joint and the bond strengths were
measured by Universial Testing Machine(Zwick Z020, Zwick Co., Germany).
Results and Conclusion: The obtained results from this study were as follows;
1. The bond strength of Vertex resin was higher than those of Tokuso rebase and Triad.
2. The bond strength of rabbet and bevel joint was higher than that of butt joint. 
3. The failure mode of Triad and Tokuso rebase was mainly adhesive, but cohesive failure was
shown mainly in vertex.

* Keywords: Relining denture resin, Surface design, Bond strength

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