Solve My Problem: Know when implants are ready to be restored with Osstell Beacon

January 3, 2020
Volume 54, Issue 1

With the Osstell Beacon, clinicians can measure implant stability and know exactly when an implant is suitably osseointegrated to support the planned restoration.

The Problem

Determining when to restore an implant can be a guessing game. It is difficult to know when an implant is integrated and stable enough to support the load of a restoration.

The Solution

Osstell Beacon

  • Designed to help objectively and non-invasively determine implant stability in a matter of seconds

  • The RFA (Resonance Frequency Analysis) technology used to determine the Implant Stability Quotient (ISQ) has been validated in more than 1,000 studies

  • Provides a numerical and color-coded assessment of stability for a quick assessment of when the implant is ready to support a restoration

  • Measuring implant stability can shorten treatment times and help drive more predictable treatment success

  • ISQ can be used to determine when to place a temporary restoration and when to replace that with the final restoration

Osstell

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