The influence of storing alginate impressions sprayed with disinfectant on dimensional accuracy and deformation of maxillary edentulous stone models.

  • Hiraguchi H
  • Kaketani M
  • Hirose H
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This study investigated the effects of storing impressions for 3 hours after spraying them with a disinfectant solution on dimensional change and deformation of maxillary edentulous stone models. Three brands of alginate impression materials, characterized by a small degree of contraction in 100% relative humidity, were used. The spray disinfectants used were 1% sodium hypochlorite solution and 2% glutaraldehyde solution. A stone model taken from an impression that had not been sprayed or stored was prepared as a control. The results indicated that the differences in dimensional change between the control and disinfected stone models were less than 24 mum, and that no deformation was observed in the stone models.

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  • alginate impression materials
  • dimensional accuracy
  • spray disinfection

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  • Hisako Hiraguchi

  • Masahiro Kaketani

  • Hideharu Hirose

  • Takayuki Yoneyama

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