Galileos 3D Cone Beam Napa
GALILEOS CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography)
Napa Dentist Dentists Dr. Burke and Dr. Hoey strives to keep abreast of the newest innovations in dental technology in order to provide you with the safest and most effective treatment options. With this in mind, Napa Valley Dental is pleased to offer the Galileos 3D cone beam scanner from Sirona.
The Galileos scanner generates a 3D image after only 14 seconds, providing an exceptionally high image resolution in a short period of time. This means less waiting time for a diagnosis and quickly generated treatment plans. Utilizing the Galileos scanner, Napa Dentist Dentists Dr. Burke and Dr. Hoey is able to quickly assess your
dental needs and have you back out enjoying your life in less time than you might expect from traditional imaging equipment.
The health and safety of our patients is our highest priority, which is why we utilize the Galileos scanner. Unlike traditional imaging equipment, the Galileos scanner emits the lowest level of radiation while providing a superior image. Napa Dentist Dentists Dr. Burke and Dr. Hoey is delighted to offer our patients this
exceptionally reliable imaging technology with an unprecedented safety rating.
So much more than simple X-Rays, 3D technology takes dental imaging to the next level. With the clear view of facial nerves and bone structure provided by 3D imaging, we can customize your procedures to protect your delicate nerve endings, thus minimizing pain and speeding healing. The
Galileos can even reveal sinus issues and help and in the diagnosis of conditions like sleep apnea.
Napa Dentist Dentists Dr. Burke and Dr. Hoey look forward to offering you the finest 3D imaging available today, and invite you to get acquainted with the Galileos 3D cone beam scanner at your next appointment!
How does the CT scan benefit you?
It allows Napa Dentist Dentists Dr. Burke and Dr. Hoeyy to:
• Visualize internal anatomy that can not be diagnosed externally
• Plan treatment and surgery
• Prepare necessary aids
• Assess risk
• Analyze the position and orientation of critical structures, like nerves, teeth roots, previous implants, the sinus and nose
Is it painful?
No, the CBCT scan process is completely painless.
Is it handicap-accessible?
The Galileos CBCT scanner from Sirona Dental Systems is handicap Accessible
What are the Cone Beam scanners used for?
• Oral surgery
• Implant planning (learn more about implants)
• Orthodontic planning & implant anchorage
• Cephalometric analysis
• TMJ analysis
• Airway study (sleep apnea)
• Jaw tumors
• Impacted teeth
• Periodontal diseases
• Endodontic anomalies