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Virtual (Ivoclar Vivadent)

Vinyl Polysiloxane Impression Material


Virtual is a new line of vinyl polysiloxane impression materials specifically developed to meet the requirements of today's most popular impression taking techniques.



  • Final impressions used for the fabrication of indirect restorations (inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers)
  • Dental implant impressions
  • Silicone matrices for wax-ups, study models or treatment planning
  • Edentulous impressions
  • Silicone matrices used to create temporary restorations



  • Excellent adaptation to the moist oral hard and soft tissues
  • Excellent moisture displacement
  • Exceptional readability and precision
  • Flexible working times and fast setting phase
  • Fresh peppermint scent
  • Outstanding balance of physical properties


British Dental Journal Report:


With a Reality Four Star Award, Virtual combines precision, ease of use and patient comfort with high accuracy and dimensional stability for long-lasting results that capture all the detail. 


It has a proven hydrophilicity, even when unset, and wash materials that exhibit excellent wettability, spreading easily and adapting smoothly to moist surfaces. They also readily displace fluids from grooves etc, resulting in precise reproduction of fine anatomical detail. The result is impressive impressions of extraordinary precision. 


The contrasting colours (sea-blue tray material, caramel wash) have been specially selected to enhance readability. Easy to remove from the mouth, Ivoclar have developed an exceptionally precise impression material, with excellent detail reproduction and a dimensional stability that enables multiple models to be cast, even weeks later. Easy to disinfect, it has a superior elastic recovery from deformation and excellent tear resistance.


Ordering Information:

- Set of 2 x 300ML + Accessories

- Light Body Set of 2 x 50Ml + 12 Mixing Tips

- Light Body Single Pc x 50Ml + 6 Moxing Tips

Virtual (Vinyl Polysiloxane Impression Material)

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