MulTipegsTM: Uncomplicated and affordable
Available for many different implant systems, the MulTipegsTM are:
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The RFA Technique
Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) was introduced in implant dentistry more than 20 years ago. A peg attached to an implant is excited and the vibration frequency is picked up by the instrument and presented as an ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient) value.
PenguinRFA measures the resonance frequency of the MulTipegTM, which depends on the stability of the implant.
The measurement scale is from 1 to 99 ISQ. The ISQ value correlates strongly to the micro mobility of the implant, which in turn depends on bone quality and osseointegration. A more detailed scientific descriptiopn can be found at PenguinRFA.com.
More than 700 articles on the subject have been published in peer-reviewed papers since 1996. You can see references to a selection of the most-important ones here. We especially recommend the summarising article by Prof. Lars Sennerby, which explains the RFA-technique, the ISQ-Scale and how to use PenguinRFA clinically.