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The Osstell IDx is a fast, non-invasive and easy to use system to determine implant stability and to assess the process of osseointegration – without jeopardizing the healing process. It provides the accurate, consistent, and objective information needed to make well-founded decisions. It is the only objective quality assurance method that gives you an early warning if osseointegration isn’t progressing as expected, bringing new certainty to you and your patient.Find your distributor
Clear overview: Assess implant stability and monitor osseointegration
Easy to use: Store patient data and results directly in the device for easy access
Analyze: Extract data, share files and analyze results through the IDx portal OsstellConnect
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Do you need help with setting up your Osstell IDx? Here you will find all the information you need about your instrument, including set-up, usage and care.Osstell IDx Resource Page
The Osstell IDx Kit includes
Please note that SmartPegs, needed when measuring on a patient, are ordered separately.
Frequently asked questions
Got a question regarding Osstell IDx? Our FAQ is the fastest way to get help. Below you will find the most frequently asked questions regarding Osstell IDx. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us.
No, you can also register your IDx at osstellconnect.com. All you need is the serial number.
Values can only be removed before saving clicking on the trash bin symbol. After saving the data cannot be modified.
The patient data can be saved either in the instrument or on Osstell Connect.
Perform measurements, press End patient, and then save as Add new patient.
Simply select the pen symbol in the patient list to edit.
Simply register your IDx by following the instructions in the device or by going to
Simply choose a tooth position on the touch screen and start measuring.
Yes, Osstell Connect is accessible via iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC.
Just connect the instrument via wifi and follow the instructions on the screen. A confirmation
email with login details will be sent to your email address.
For normal use, the batteries last for at least one day but in most cases longer. It takes about 2
hrs to charge the IDx from a fully discharged state.
To enable automatic backup of your Osstell IDx, you will be asked to create a backup code made up of 8 characters. The purpose of the backup is to reset the unit if you for some reason remove patients by mistake or lose your instrument. The code is created during the registration process and you only have to enter it once. To make sure you can access your backup at a later date, it is VERY important that you write this code down and keep it in a safe place.
Backup can also be done via USB without a code.
The IDx consumes power when it is turned off, so if the battery is totally drained and down at 0% the settings for date and time will be lost. If the battery is drained the IDx will ask you to set date and time again at start-up. If you connect the IDx to the internet, the date and time will be set automatically.
Have you registered your device? You can only use the Osstell IDx for a limited time without
No, for the moment is it not possible to connect to other patient data system.