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AVUE AvueGum Mono - Medium Body A-Silicone Impression Material

Dental Avenue
AvueGum Mono: 2 x 50ml Cartridges with Accessories AvueGum Mono Jumbo: 2 x 360ml Cartridges with Accessories
Rs. 1,440 Rs. 10,050
One Step Monophase vinyl polysiloxane impression material.

Key Features
1. Thixotropic characterstics
2. High tear strength.
3. Excellent surface detail reproduction.
4. Rheological property helps to capture accurate detailed margins
5. Exceptional Hydrophilicity.
Size :

Medium Body Addition Silicone Impression Material for single step impression.

Avuegum Monophase: Hydrophilic vinyl polysiloxane impression material used as one step impression material for implant impressions, edentulous, Crown & bridge  impressions.

AvueGum Mono acts both as tray material & wash impression material

The flow or viscosity of an impression material is dependent on the filler content. There are four basic categories: low (syringe or wash material), medium (one-step monophasic material), high (tray material), and very high (putty material)

AvueGum Mono has Excellent flow properties

AvueGum Medium body captures fine details for precise impressions it is stable as tray material and once prssure is applied will turned in low viscisity material.

Better initial hydrophilicity among all viscosities

It allows for accurate, void-free impressions even in moist conditions.AvueGum low contact angle along with tooth surface helps ensure an accurate impression in the presence of Saliva/GCF

Excellent hydrophilicity and outstanding thixotropy during processing and high final hardness after setting, the medium-viscosity material satisfies the requirements for perfect monophase impressions.

Helps get an accurate impression in a single step

This helps in reducing the need for costly adjustments, remakes and retakes.

Avuegum Monophase Impression material improves both, wettability on the tooth surface and model detail reproduction.

AvueGum Light body/Medium body shows thixotropic characteristics

Rheological characteristics making single step/putty wash impression more accurate. As AvueGum material shows shear thinning while applying pressure making it stable at first and flowable under pressure which is very important for a medium body impression material

The ability to record the tooth preparation accurately during the impression stage is critical for producing well-fitting crowns and bridges.

Shows Shear thinning characteristics

Viscosity is important when subgingival margins are to be captured. The ability of the impression material to reach the base of the sulcus is not only dependent on the viscosity but also the width of the sulcus. A wide sulcus allows for greater flow and thickness, which increases tear strength. Whichever method of sulcus preparation (mechanical, chemical, or surgical) is employed, it is critical that sufficient space is provided.Its shear thining property helps to incease its flow

Impression exhibits good dimensional stability

Stability and accuracy are necessary to record the fine details of hard and tissues and obtain biologically, mechanically, functionally, and esthetically acceptable restorations.

Addition polyvinyl siloxane impression materials have four types of viscosity to suit different needs.The medium body is commonly used as a monophase material or single-viscosity technique during crown and bridge work or for dentures.


  • Thixotropic characterstics and high tear strength.
  • Uncompromised physical properties to capture accurate impressions.
  • Excellent  surface detail reproduction.
  • Dimensionally stable VPS chemistry to have distortion-free impression.
  • Decrease in Viscosity with Increasing Shear-thinning
  • Exceptional Hydrophilicity for its superb performance in the presence of moisture


  • Avoid contact between the impression material and latex gloves, Skin secretion because these inhibit the setting process.
  • Avoid contact with retraction solutions, as residues of retraction solutions can delay the setting time.
  • Do not mix Avuegum MONO with condensation silicone or polyether impression materials.
    1. Crown & Bridge impressions.
    2. Full arch impressions in implantology.
    3. Veneer / Laminate Impressions.
    4. Inlay and Onlay impressions.
    5. Functional impression.
    6. Impressions for orthodontic splints and study models.
    7. Functional Impressions
  • Working time - 1:30mins
  • Setting time - 3-4mins
  • Hardness (Shore A) - 58(+/-5)
  • Elastic Recovery - ~99.80%
  • Detailed reproduction - 20micron
  • Strain in compression - 2-3%
  • Instructions to use

    Catridge Using Dispensor (1:1):
    1. Slide up the lever present on the back side of the dispenser & simultaneously pullback the plunger.
    2. Lift up the plastic flap (Cartridge Lock) present on the front side.
    3. Now load the cartridge, ensuring that V-shaped notch of the cartridge is facing downwards.
    4. Push down the plastic flap and lock the cartridge.
    5. Remove the cartridge cap by rotating it 90 degree anticlockwise and discard it.
    6. Attach mixing tip and turn it clockwise to lock it.
    7. Before applying the tip, check that the two cartridge openings are not clogged, and bleed the cartridge until the base and catalyst paste are evenly extruded.
    8. By pulling the trigger, material is mixed. While using it for the first time squeeze out a pea sized amount of material and discard it.
    9. To avoid bubbles, it is important that the tip of mixing cannula always remains immersed in the material. 10. After application leave the used mixing tip on the cartridge to cap the unused material.
    Cartridge Using Automatic Mixers:
    1. Remove the cap from the cartridge and discard. Attach a new mixing tip.
    2. Secure the mixing tip by sliding the locking mechanism into the locked position.
    3. Insert the cartridge into the Automatic impression mixer. Note: Follow the instructions of the mixing machine you are using.
    4. While using the cartridge first time extrude and discard pea size of material. Note: To avoid bubbles always immersed the mixing tip into the tray material.
    5. After the application, leave the used tip on the cartridge to cap unused material.
    Putty Jar:
    1. Take the base material and the catalyst in equal ratio using the specific colored spoon.
    2. Knead the material with the fingertips for not more than 60 seconds until the color is uniform.
    3. Reseal the container immediately after use. NOTE: Only use the Base and Catalyst from the same package! Reseal the container immediately after use! Do not mix up the container lids!

    Storage and Shelf life

    1. Store impression at room temperature (7-25 °C) in a dry place away from light.
    2. The impression is stable and can be cast even after one month without loss of accuracy.
    3. Close the jar of putty immediately after use.
    4. After the application, leave the used tip on the cartridge to cap the unused material.
    5. Do not use the material after the expiry date, which is displayed on the containers.

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