Lectures of Osstell ISQ Online Symposium
By Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes, Prof. Daniel Buser, Dr. Nicole Winitsky, Dr. Scott D. Ganz, Dr. Marcus Dagnelid
5 CE credits
- Predictable implant loading protocols by Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes
- How to use Osstell ISQ values to shorten implant healing periods in daily practice by Prof. Daniel Buser
- Implants in young adults – clinic and science by Dr. Nicole Winitsky
- Do You ISQ? Everyone Should by Dr. Scott Ganz
- Panel discussion including a live surgery, moderated by Dr. Marcus Dagnelid
Truth or Consequences: The Necessity for Resonance Frequency Analysis in Your Daily Implant Practice
Dr. Paul S. Rosen, DMD, MS
1 CE credit
- List the benefits with immediate implant placement and provisionalization in patients who are 70 years of age and older.
- Discuss what are the dip and bungee dip in dental implant healing.
- Identify those situations where using resonance frequency analysis could assist in the earlier restoration of dental implants.
Post-extraction implants, ITV & ISQ—How to value each measurement and when to restore implants in immediate and grafted sites
Dr. Barry P. Levin D.M.D.
1 CE credit
This webinar presents the findings of a published study investigating the importance of the Insertion Torque Value (ITV) and the Osstell Implant Stability Quotient (ISQ) for immediate implants, and the preliminary findings of a multi-center study evaluating ITV and Osstell ISQ in grafted sites. It also discusses some of the factors as they relate primary stability to hard and soft tissue preservation and maintenance, effecting health and esthetic outcomes. How this technology is implemented with novel grafting techniques and new implant designs are also covered.
Excellent article illustrating clinical protocol using Osstell ISQ as a threshold for successful early loadings
By Hicklin SP, Janner SF, Schnider N, Chappuis V, Buser D, Brägger U., published in Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2020 Sep/Oct;35(5):1013-1020. doi: 10.11607/jomi.8045. PMID: 32991653.
Treating osteoporotic patients: a review
by Dr. Tara Aghaloo
With today’s new and innovative techniques, opportunities for medically compromised patients, like patients suffering from osteoporosis, to have successful implant therapy have improved significantly.
What does research say in this area of treating osteoporotic patients and managing the effects of the drugs they take for the disease when considering dental implant therapy?
What implications do these results have for the dental implant treatment planning of these patients?
In this review, Dr. Tara Aghaloo answers those questions and demonstrates the value of Osstell ISQ measurements in treatment planning for these patients.