NSK Osseo 100 – Implant Stability & Osseointegration
Measure implant stability
Reduce treatment time
Manage higher risk patients
NSK Osseo 100 measure implant stability and osseointegration to enhance decisions about when to load the implant.
Especially important when using protocols with shorter treatment time and treating higher risk patients.
The uncomplicated operation that measures ISQ allows the implant loading period to be planned in advance.
The reconstruction of crowns and bridges can be predicted to decrease the risk for failures. Measurements can be made without unnecessary impact since the equipment does not come into physical contact with the implant or abutment.
- The MulTipeg™ is attached to the implant. It screws effortlessly into the implant’s internal threads. (approximately 6-8 Ncm of torque).
- Just aim for the magnet on top of the MulTipeg™. Non-invasive, objective, accurate and repeatable. The peg is excited by magnetic pulses and vibrates due to the stiffness in the contact area between the bone and the implant surface.
- An ISQ value is generated and shown on the display. This reflects the level of stability on the universal ISQ scale – from 1 to 99. The higher the ISQ value, the more stable the implant.