Introducing The Penguin MDI
Available Exclusively at Shatkin F.I.R.S.T.
Implant dentistry has changed significantly in the past several decades. Mini dental implants are becoming increasingly popular in dental care. Because of their smaller size, they are often used in cases of limited bone anatomy.
The osseointegration period required for mini dental implants may be shorter than conventional implants due to less impact on the periosteum. With the growing demand for fewer dentist visits, lower-cost procedures, and shorter recovery times, dental rehabilitation techniques have been developed for less invasive implant placement.
Mini dental implants meet the demand and have long-term success for fixed and removable prosthetics. However, the limited healing period adds pressure on the clinical team because, if case conditions are suboptimal, poor primary stability could increase the risk of implant failure.
The Penguin MDI solves this problem by accurately and predictably measuring implant stability to support the dentist’s decision of when to load the implant, improving the outcomes for the patient.
Introducing the Penguin MDI, the affordable solution for MSC (Mini Stability Coefficient) implant stability measurement. Developed by the same team who brought RFA (resonance frequency measurement) to dentistry, the Penguin MDI delivers accurate results using reusable, calibrated MulTipegs. Penguin MDI measures mini dental implant stability and osseointegration to enhance decision making on when to load.
Clinical benefits include:
- Accurate MSC measurement provides greater confidence when determining osseointegration and safe loading times
- Cordless, light-weight (<3 oz), and easy to use
- Two-year warranty, Made in Sweden