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Acrylic is a material widely used in dental laboratories. Due to its versatility and the different colors and shades available, acrylic became the material of choice for provisional crowns and bridges. It is also used for regular dentures and as the base for removable partial dentures.
However, although this material is fairly versatile, the laboratory technician must ensure that the restoration or prosthesis complies with the aesthetic properties required to be used on the mouth.
Fortunately, a dental pressure pot can provide the finishing touch to any acrylic restoration.
A dental pressure pot is a specialized device designed to enhance some of the acrylic's properties.
These devices look and function similarly to a regular pressure pot. They allow the practitioner to perform a process called pressure curing.
Pressure curing is a process where high pressures are used to modify the acrylic's properties. Therefore, it helps the acrylic to achieve long-lasting color stability. Furthermore, it removes any porosity that the acrylic might have.
When the lid of the dental pressure pot is closed, it creates a perfect airlock seal.
When the device is on, the inside pressure rises, providing the desired effect on the acrylic restoration.
Furthermore, the practitioner can adjust the time, pressure, and heat for a more predictable and controlled result.