Penguin RFA uses resonance frequency to measure the stability of implants or the ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient). 

DIC Keys (BHZ) = Implant Keys for BioHorizon drills

- fits the CEREC Guide 2                       $2,095 + s/h


 S (4.5) = 2.0mm,2.5mm,2.8mm,3.2mm
 M
(5.3) = 2.0mm,2.5mm,2.8mm,3.2mm,3.7mm,4.1mm
 L
(6.0) = 2.0mm,2.5mm,2.8mm,3.2mm,3.7mm,4.1mm,4.7mm

DIC Key 1.5mm = Implant Keys for any 1.5mm drill

- fits the CEREC Guide 2                        $130 + s/h

 S (4.5) = 1.5mm

YouTube video of implant placement

The Osstell Idx uses resonance frequency to measure the stability of implants or the ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient). Cost twice the Penguin RFA

When planning your implant guide and using keys, plan your D2 to be 1mm less than the indicated length to account for the thickness of the keys that insert into the guide. So if you plan to drill to the 19mm laser mark on the drills, then set your D2 to 18. If you plan to drill to the 22mm neck, set your D2 to 21. If your drill have predetermined stops, set your D2 1mm less than the stop. For 24mm drills set the D2 at 23.

For Reference

DIC Keys (ZID) = Implant Keys for Zimmer and Implant Direct drills - fits the CEREC Guide 2                      $1,850 + s/h


 S (4.5) = 2.3mm,2.8mm,3.4mm
 M
(5.3) = 2.3mm,2,8mm,3.4mm,3.8mm,4.4mm
 L
(6.0) = 2.3mm,2.8mm,3.4mm,3.8mm,4.4mm,4.8mm,5.1mm