AVUE AvueGum Heavy - A silicone heavy body Impression Material
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Heavy body Addition Silicone Impression Material
The heavy body has a higher viscosity and is generally placed in the impression tray to support the light body material for crown and bridge impressions.
The accuracy of these final restorations is highly dependent on the impression materials and techniques utilized.
AvueGum Heavy offers high elastic recovery and acceptable flexibility
This property is very important while removing the impression from the mouth or after pouring the gypsum stone models.
AvueGum Heavy has optimal setting time.
It is easy to use and offers ample working time and adequate setting time enhancing patient comfort
AvueGum Heavy is great for impressions involving one or multiple units and for using quadrant, double-bite and full arch trays. Sulfur contamination from latex gloves retard the setting of Putty and its viscosity is low compared to heavy body.So it is better to use AvueGum LIGHT BODY [Wash impression material]along with AvueGum HEAVY BODY[Tray material] for single or double-step impression taking.
AvueGum Heavy exhibits high hardness
AvueGum Heavy exhibits easy cutting characteristics for providing pressure relief channels in corrective treatments.
These are necessary in order to obtain an optimal detail reproduction with the secondary impression. Especially for implant impressions.
AvueGum Heavy exhibits good fixation and torsion-preventing characteristics
For combined treatments with implants and prepared teeth double mixing impressions with Avuegum-Light are recommended.
Offers Good resistance
With the double mixing impressions AvueGum Heavy exhibits a good stability in the tray and optimal resistance when positioned. The light-bodied material Avuegum-Light thus penetrates into the subgingival areas.
Whether correction impressions or double mixing technique: Impressions with Avuegum-Heavy result in fitting restorations
- High hardness
- Very good fixation characteristics
- Good insertion resistance
- Outstanding stability
- Homogeneous & bubble free material
- High tear resistance and easy separation.
- Sulfur contamination from latex gloves retard the setting of silicones, vinyl gloves should be used, there is no by product.
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
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.
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.
1. High hardness
2. Good insertion resistance
3. Outstanding stability
4. Homogeneous & bubble free material