In this issue: Winner Announcement | Video Highlights from the Symposium | Q&A with Drs. Buser, Moy & Dagnelid
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Highlights from the Osstell Scientific Symposium
This year’s Symposium focused on the fact that requests for shorter treatment times along with a growing number of patients with risk factors place greater demands on dentists and the available technology. Prof. Moy, Dr. Dagnelid and Prof. Buser gave three highly appreciated lectures, along with an interactive and lively Q&A session.



The Q&A session at this year’s Osstell Scientific Symposium turned out to be one of the highlights of the event. It was very much appreciated by the audience who participated in the polls and asked questions using an online response system, and the speakers enjoyed the exchange and hearing from the audience.

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We are excited to let you know that our new app is now available for download on the Apple App Store and on Google Play! It is a great reference guide for SmartPegs, clinical guidelines, videos and tutorials. Learn More >




Good news! Version 3.0 for your Osstell IDx software is now available. This version includes some new features as well as increased WiFi stability. Learn More > 

Scientific Update

Our regularly updated database (, where we have compiled all scientific research relating to Osstell, now includes more than 700 articles. A selection of one of the latest publications can be found below, describing the use of resonance frequency analysis (RFA) and ISQ to quantitatively compare the stability of implants placed in the atrophic posterior maxilla using 3 sinus augmentation techniques.


Resonance Frequency Analysis of Sinus Augmentation by Osteotome Sinus Floor Elevation and Lateral Window Technique Patel Sarav (S) ; Lee David (D) ; Shiffler Kyle (K) ; Aghaloo Tara (T) ; Moy Peter (P) ; et al.J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. ; 2015-May