Penguin RFA - Implant Stability Device


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Remove Doubt when placing Dental Implants with the Penguin RFA.

Kit includes the Penguin RFA wireless device, AC power adapter & MulTipeg Driver.

WHY Penguin RFA?

A quick measure of implant stability enhances decisions for all cases.  Especially so in higher-risk patients, cases of simultaneous placement & grafting, early or immediate load or as an objective record to share with colleagues or record in the patient notes.

HOW DOES Penguin RFA work?

Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) was introduced to implant dentistry more than 20 years ago.  A peg attached to the implant is excited when the Penguin RFA unit is brought into close contact. The resistance to vibration frequency is measured by the instrument and presented as an ISQ (Implant Stability) score from 1 to 99.  The ISQ value correlates strongly to the micro-mobility of the dental implant which in turn depends on bone quality and osseointegration.


Over 1000 articles covering ISQ and Resonance Frequency Analysis have been published since 1996.  See link below.


Choose your MulTipeg according to the implant system you wish to measure.  MulTipeg Implant compatibility see HERE.


Download our Penguin RFA Spec Sheet

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Download our Tips and Tricks Guide which provides answers to the frequently asked questions about using the Penguin RFA to remove doubt in Dental implant procedures.

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We especially recommend the summarising article by Prof. Lars Sennerby which can be downloaded here:

Sennerby study 2015

Other key references are:

1. Sennerby L, Meredith N. Periodontology 2000, Vol. 47, 2008, 51–66
2. Kokovic V, Jung R, Feloutzis A, Todovoric V, Jurisic M, Hämmerle C. Clinical Oral Implants Research, 00, 2013, 1-6
3. M Bornstein, C Hart, S Halbritter, D Morton, D Buser, Prof. Dr. med. dent. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res 2009
4. Serge Baltayan, Joan Pi-Anfruns, Tara Aghaloo, Peter Moy. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 74:1145-1152, 2016
5. PO Östman, Private practitioner, Falun- and Biomaterial Group, Sahlgrenska Academy Gothenburg. Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, Volume 7, Supplement 1, 2005
6. Daniel Rodrigo, Luis Aracil, Conchita Martin, Mariano Sanz. Clin. Oral Impl. Res. 21, 2010; 255-261
7. Pagliani L, Sennerby L, Petersson A, Verrocchi D, Volpe S & Andersson P. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 2012
8. P Trisi Phd, T Carlesi DDS, M Colagiovanni DDS, G Perfetti MD, DDS. Journal of Osteology and Biomaterials, Volume 1, Number 3, 2010
9. S Hicklin, E Schneebeli, V Chappuis, S Francesco, M Janner, D Buser, U Brägger. Clin. Oral Impl. Res. 00, 2015; 1-9
10. L. Milillo, C. Fiandaca, F. Giannoulis, L. Ottria, A. Lucchese, F. Silvestre, M. Petruzzi. Oral & Implantology – anno IX – n. 3/2016