"This is Tomorrow's Standard of Care. It Changes Everything", Receveur says.
New Albany, IN (PRWEB) May 24, 2010
New Albany, Indiana dentist, Dr. Ronald Receveur, has installed a new three-dimensional (3D) X-ray imaging system, Galileos made by Sirona Dental Systems, the first such system of its kind in a private practice in Southern Indiana.
“Images taken in most dental offices are two-dimensional. 3-Dimensional images make the placement of dental implants safer, more predictable and accurate. The Galileos system produces a three dimensional computer image of the patient's jaw on the computer screen and the surgery can be “virtually” performed before the clinical procedure even starts.”
Galileos’ technology allows diagnostic X-ray imaging with the smallest amount of radiation possible, 10 times less radiation than a conventional CAT scan. With astonishing anatomical detail, dentists can achieve a more accurate dental treatment plan with improved results. Dental implants can subsequently be placed with unrivaled precision and accuracy.
“It's very precise," Dr. Receveur said. “Images taken in most dental offices are two-dimensional. 3-D images make the placement of implants safer, more predictable and accurate. The Galileos system produces a three dimensional computer image of the patient's jaw on a computer screen and the surgery can be “virtually” performed before the clinical procedure even starts.”
1. The smallest amount of radiation possible (10 times less radiation than a conventional CAT scan)
2. Astonishing anatomical detail (achieves a more accurate Dental Treatment Plan with Improved
3. Convenience: This is the only unit of its’ kind in Southern Indiana. (No need to go to hospital for CAT
4. Dental Implants can be placed with unrivaled precision. Because of the precision in determining the
amount and thickness of bone before surgery, often there is no incision and no sutures after
implant placement. “It’s absolutely amazing technology. This literally changes everything”, Dr.
5. An ability to diagnose sinus problems and pathology that was unachievable with two-dimensional
radiology. Chronic sinus issues, malignancies of the jaws and dental lesions previously
undiagnosed or unable to be seen on traditional dental x-rays are frequently found in the new 3
For more information about exciting new technology in dentistry today, what Dr. Receveur calls “Tomorrow’s Standard of Care”, please visit one of our websites, http://www.NewAlbanyImplants.com or http://www.NewAlbanyDentures.com.
Dr. Receveur has been in private practice in New Albany, Indiana since 1981. He has focused his practice on cosmetic, advanced restorative and implant dentistry. Over the years, he has integrated the latest technology into his practice to allow him to treat his patients utilizing minimally invasive dentistry.
For More Information, Contact:
Dr. Ronald L. Receveur
Advanced Dentistry and Implants
819 Mt. Tabor Road
New Albany, Indiana 47150