AnyCheck - Implant Stability Tester

What is AnyCheck?

AnyCheck determines implant stability and measures the degree of osseointegration through a unique tapping motion

This new device combines the advantages of both tapping (Periotest) and the RFA method (Osstell*)to provide a much safer and easier system.

AnyCheck operates without the risk of inconvenient unscrewing of the healing abutment during the critical healing process period. 

The test results are displayed in the range of 30-85, in which the numbers closely relate to the standardised ISQ values.


[Video] How to measure implant stability [webinar 57:09] 

Speaker: Dr Sil Park (USA)

This webinar will go over all currently commercially available Implant stability measuring instruments and propose the most recent practical clinical guideline for the evaluation of the degree of osteointegration and loading time determination.


What is in the box


AnyCheck main body

Desk stand

Colour display

Autoclavable removable metal tip

Lithium-ion battery operated

Rechargeable using USB-C connection 

USB-C adapter 100V~240V

Warranty: 12 months

New Zealand and Australia distribution by Neo Dental New Zealand


  1. Journal of Periodontal and Implant Science - Comparison of implant stability measurements between a resonance frequency analysis device and a modified damping capacity analysis device: an in vitro study

  2. The reliability of Anycheck device related to healing abutment diameter - J Adv Prosthodont. 2020 Apr; 12(2): 83–88.

  3. Differences in percussion-type measurements of implant stability according to height of healing abutments and measurement angle - J Korean Acad Prosthodont. 2018 Oct;56(4):278-286.

  4. Download PDF pamphlet


*osstell is a registered trademark of Osstell AB, Sweden