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Laboratory materials have their hazards, such as: cyanide solution for electroplating, vapors from low fusing metal dies, silicious particles in investment materials, fluxes containing fluorides, and asbestos. Some periodontal dressing materials have contained asbestos fibres. A biomaterial can be defined as any substance, other than a drug, that can be used for any period of time as a part of a system that treats, augments, or replaces any tissue, organ or function of the body. PHYSICAL FACTORS AFFECTING PULP HEALTH Microleakage One of the greatest deficiencies of all materials used for restoring teeth is that, they do not adhere to tooth structure and seal the cavity preparation (except those systems based upon polyacrylic acid and certain dentin-bonding agents).
DESIRABLE PROPERTIES OF AN IMPRESSION MATERIAL An impression material should: 1. Have a pleasant taste, odor and esthetic color. 2. Not contain any toxic or irritating ingredients. 3. Have adequate shelf life for storage and distribution. 4. Be economical. 5. Be easy to use with the minimum equipments. 6. Have adequate setting characteristics that meet clinical requirements. 7. Possess a satisfactory consistency and texture. 8. Have adequate strength so that it will not break or tear while removing from the mouth.
When a direct flame is used, the compound should not be allowed to boil or ignite, otherwise, the plasticizers are volatilized. Cakes When a large amount of compound is to be softened, it is difficult to heat the compound uniformly over a flame. The compound is softened in warm water in a thermostatically controlled water bath (Fig. 2) (usually in the range of 60 to 70°C). After the compound is removed from the water bath, it is usually kneaded with the fingers in order to obtain uniform plasticity throughout the mass.
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