Implant and General Dentistry of Vermont Announces New GALILEOS(R) 3D X-Ray for Better Patient Treatment

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New Imaging Technology Provides Improved Diagnosis For Precision Dental Implants and Restoration

Conventional images taken in most dental offices are two-dimensional. We’re seeing things we couldn’t see before.

Blane and Cindi Nasveschuk of Implant and General Dentistry of Vermont recently incorporated the GALILEOS® 3D Cone Beam imaging solution from Sirona—technology that extends diagnostic X-ray imaging potential for better patient treatment. The new visualization tools available in the software help provide better, more certain diagnosis and allow Dr. Nasveschuk and his office team to coordinate treatment planning with colleagues and to explain treatments visually to patients with greater clarity and accuracy.

“It’s very comprehensive,” Dr. Blane Nasveschuk said. “Conventional images taken in most dental offices are two-dimensional. We’re seeing things we couldn’t see before,” Dr. Nasveschuk continued. 3D images make the X-ray diagnosis and implant treatment safer, more predictable and faster. The Sirona system provides a three dimensional image of the patient on the computer screen and planned implants, crowns and bridges are performed virtually for the patient review. Then customized guides, specific to the patient and the case, assist with accurate implant placement allowing for faster more comfortable surgery.

The GALILEOS® 3D Dental Cone Beam solution offers:

  •     Low Radiation dose (less than a full mouth series of intraoral film)
  •     A quick comprehensive scan of the complete oral-maxillofacial area (14 seconds)
  •     Immediate virtual diagnosis and treatment planning in one visit
  •     More certainty during surgery
  •     Easy sharing of images and diagnostic information with referring doctors

“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 solution,” Dr. Nasveschuk said.

Implant and General Dentistry of Vermont has been providing expertise with dental implants is since 1988 and expertise with CEREC CAD/CAM restorative dentistry since 2003. The practice is uniquely positioned to serve patients with the newest technology integrating 3D CBCT and CAD/CAM technologies for precision dental implant placement and restoration.

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