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Osstell Implant Stability News

How to enhance implant treatment outcomes with ISQ measurements

PanelistsDuring this years’ Corporate Forum session at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Osseointegration, Dr Peter Moy presented four clinical cases with ISQ measurements taken at placement and before restoration. The cases were then discussed during an interactive session with panelists Dr. Jeffrey Ganeles and Dr. Scott Ganz and the audience.   Learn More >      


The Osstell IDx is combined with the new Osstell Connect service. Implant stability data and results are automatically stored in the device as well as in Osstell Connect. It makes collaborations with colleagues easier, enables data backup, remote service and support, and allows you to analyze implant and treatment data through various platforms.  

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How do you determine when to load? Still tapping?


There is an increasing need to evaluate implant stability before final restoration that cannot be achieved using traditional methods, such as torque and percussion tests. Osstell helps you to easily identify which implants are stable enough for loading, allowing you to reduce treatment times and better manage patients with risk factors.

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To ensure you have access to the latest publications, we have compiled all scientific research relating to Osstell in one place. This database now includes close to 700 articles. To search for a specific topic, simply type "early loading" or "grafts" for example, and in a matter of seconds you'll find all research related to that topic, including links to PubMed to read more.  Learn More > 



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