Galileos CONE BEAM
We use Galileos cone beam technology to get 3D digital images of mouth and jaw structures. This state-of-the-art imaging technology allows us to see everything, including tooth roots, internal canals and bones. It takes seconds to get the necessary images, reducing your exposure to radiation. The images reveal more information about the underlying structures, but are safer for the patient.
The tools available with this technology enable us to reduce the risk of treatments as well as plan surgical care with more accuracy. Since Walnut Ranch also uses CEREC, the implant placement is guided by the optimal placement of final restoration. The final restoration is designed on CEREC, which is then imported into Galileo software. Here this information is used to plan precise placement of implants. These scans are also used to fabricate surgical guides that reduce surgery time and are very accurate.
Sirona 3D imaging with new cone beam technology goes beyond traditional diagnostics and treatment capabilities by calculating a large volume 3D image set, more than 200 exposures, in a single low-dose 3D scan of 15 seconds or less. Galileos not only shows 3D displays in perfect image quality, but also enables clear navigation and diagnosis in the traditional panoramic, cephalometric and cross-sectional displays. The radiation is one of the least among similar devices.
We want our patients to receive the best dental care possible, that’s why we invested in the latest technology in dental diagnostics, the Galileos® 3D Dental Cone Beam.
- Lowest radiation possible
- Easy and short process taking less than 15 seconds of scan time
- Immediate virtual diagnosis and treatment planning in one visit
- Safer and less surgical time
- Easy to coordinate treatment with other members of the dental team