Base

(redirected from denture base)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia.

BASE. Something low; inferior. This word is frequently used in composition; as base court, base estate, base fee, &c.

References in periodicals archive ?
(1978): The Effect Of Cross Linking Agent On The Abrasion Resistance And Impact Strength Of An Acrylic Resin Denture Base Material, J Dent, 6:299-304
In vitro adherence of micro-organisms to denture base resin with different surface texture.
Key words: Residual monomer, Autopolymerized denture base resin, HPLC.
The removal of adherent cells from the denture base surface is an important part of denture cleansing.
Cold-cured or self-curing PMMA is referred to as "pour risen" because it is poured into a processing mould made of agar hydrocolloid to form a denture base. The composition of this material is the same as that of the heat-cured version, with the following two differences: the powder contains polymer beads with lower molecular weight than those of the heat-cured material; the liquid contains a chemical activator (an amine molecular), which initiates the reaction.
"NextDent Base material was specifically developed for the printing of denture bases." Mostly recently, NextDent C&B MFH (Micro Filled Hybrid), developed to produce crowns and bridges with high strength and wear resistance, received the certification.
In the present study, tensile bond strength between denture base resin and acrylic resin soft liner was tested using UTM.
The mechanical strength of denture base can be improved in various ways, one of them is with the addition of glass fiber.
Fracture strength of palatal denture base constructed from different acrylic denture base materials.
A cast denture base made up of aluminum or cobalt chromium is advised because it will improve retention, and will be rigid.
Effects of the peracetic acid and sodium hypochlorite on the colour stability and surface roughness of the denture base acrylic resins polymerised by microwave and water bath methods.