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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
CONTEXT (BACKGROUND): Replacement of missing teeth and the associated structures are done with the help of artificial prosthesis. Acrylic resin, by virtue of its excellent properties is widely used as a material of choice for fabrication of denture base. In spite of its higher esthetic quality, tissue compatibility and ease of manipulation, it has an inherent deficiency of proneness to fracture. AIMS: The present study was being undertaken to find out the incidence of fracture of acrylic resindoi:10.14260/jemds/2014/3986 fatcat:fpbba4c3ubeezpzxfan4zq2lzm