PenguinRFA Osseointegration Monitor

 

 

 Measure primary implant stability and osseointegration with PenguinRFA.

 

  



 

More than 20 years ago, Resonancy Frequency Analysis (RFA) and ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient) were introduced to implant dentistry. RFA is a method used to determine implant stability in dental implants which can help reduce patient treatment time and manage risky patients.




When the MulTipegTM is attached to an implant, the MulTipegTM vibrates. 

 

             

 

 

 

The frequency of the vibration is picked up by the PenguinRFA instrument and translated into an Implant Stability Quotient (ISQ) scale value between 1 and 99. The higher the ISQ value, the better the stability.

 

 

            

ISQ Chart              

 

The ISQ value strongly correlates to the micro mobility of the implant, which in turn depends on bone quality and osseointegration. 

 

Scientific Journals

More than 700 articles on the Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) technique have been published in scientific journals since 1996. 

 

   

We offer MulTipegs for many different implant systems.

Click here for a list of supported implant systems. 

 

 

 To begin, you will need the PenguinRFA Instrument kit and MulTipegs. 

 

   

 Reusable MulTipegs™  (Titanum)

∙ Reusable
∙ Autoclavable
∙ Calibrated

   

MulTipeg™ Driver
∙ Reusable
∙ Autoclavable
∙ Stainless Steel

 

   

 PenguinRFA Instrument

∙ Handheld
∙ Rechargeable
∙ Accurate

 

If you are working under sterile conditions you will also need sterile covers.

 Our MulTipegs work with Osstell® and MegaISQ.


Click here to determine the ISQ value using MulTipegs.