Osstell ISQ module
Implant stability can be measured precisely with the W&H Osstell ISQ module, which is available as an accessory. The measured Implant Stability Quotient is confirmed by numerous clinical trials.
ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient) is a measurement scale for use with the RFA (Resonance Frequency Analysis) method of determining implant stability.
It is presented by a resonanced frequency (kHz) on a clinically useful scale of 1 to 100 ISQ.
Thus, osseointegration can be observed during the treatment progress to diagnose the optimum moment for the load of the implant.
Measurement of osseointegration
SmartPegs are high precision small metal bars, which are screwed into the implant for the measurement. SmartPegs are easy to insert and can be used in even the most limited spaces in the patient's mouth.
SmartPegs are for single patient use only and are available for different implant systems.
Included in scope of delivery
- Promo Code for 5 steril packed SmartPegs
- TestPeg for learning the application
- SmartPeg mount to crew-in SmartPegs securely
Documentation of osseointegration
The documentation function conveniently saves all values of the implant insertion on a USB stick.
- What does ISQ stand for?
- How does the measurement of the ISQ work?
- Where can I buy the SmartPegs?
- Is the ISQ scientifically proven?
- What’s the difference between torque and ISQ?
- Is every new Implantmed compatible with the W&H Osstell ISQ module?
- Can the Implantmed unit be upgraded by the surgeon or does it require a technical specialist?
Input SmartPeg Promo Code
- Select an applicable implant system in the right area
- Enter the implant system in the field "SmartPeg"
- Complete your contact details
- Enter your Promo Code