MEGA ISQ II
Save the life with the traffic signal, Safe device for implant treatments
Essential Choice for your Satisfaction Implant Loading
1. Optimal Loading Decision
The MEGA ISQ II System makes easier for dentists to decide when is the optimal time to load implants. It’s the ideal substitute for tactile assessment. The decision will always be complicated. Several key clinical parameters and risk factors are involved, which most of them are related to the stability of the implant. Accurate measurements of implant stability therefore provide valuable diagnostic insight that helps ensure successful treatments.
2. Early warnings - Preventing Failure
A failed treatment results the patient to suffer and considerable costs for both the patient and the dentist. A precise and reliable diagnostics tool like MEGA ISQ II reduces the risk of failure.
3. Quality Assurance
Because MEGA ISQ II helps the dentist to decide when to load and avoid failure in high-risk situations, it becomes a quality-assurance system for the clinic. Most patients intuitively understand the stability measures and how they govern when to load an implant and when to wait. This increases their sense of confidence, security and quality. MEGA ISQ II also facilitates communications between surgeon and prosthodontist, as well as among different clinics.
4. Perfect Matching
AnyRidge® fixtures do not depend on the cortical bone for initial stability. Decreased stress on the cortical bone helps to prevent stress on the cortical bone helps to prevent a bone resorption following fixture placement.
5. Comfortable, Fast, Easy
Obtaining an exact measurement of an implant stability using the MEGA ISQ II is a completely non-invasive procedure. It can normally be performed in a few seconds. An experimentation shows that patients find it both comfortable and reassuring.
6. Stability Development in Different Bone Quality
High initial stability (ISQ values 70 and above) tends not to increase with time even if the high mechanical stability will decrease and to be replaced by a developed biological stability. Lower initial stability will normally increase with time due to the lower mechanical stability being enforced by the bone remodeling process (osseointegration). Values such as ISQ 55 or lower should be taken as a warning sign and actions to improve the stability might be considered (larger implant diameter, prolonged healing time etc.)*