In October, Sirona will show the tremendous power of GALILEOS for the first time at the 2006 American Dental Equipment Association exhibition in Las Vegas.
On the basis of this innovation, Sirona become one of the first manufacturers to provide 3 d imaging system, the system in order to completely interaction between hardware and software features, provides users with integrated diagnosis, planning, and the processing power of a single imaging system.
"Sirona GALILEOS 3 d imaging technology to expand potential diagnostic X-ray imaging exponentially, especially in the implant, periodontal disease, oral and maxillofacial/maxillofacial surgery and orthodontic field," Sirona USA imaging system, marketing director John Smithson said (John Smithson).
"Software available in the visual tools enable practitioners to reduce risk in different treatments, planning surgical intervention, and treatment plan in coordination with colleagues, and to explain to the patient treatment - all these are more clear." This leads to the best efficiency of the clinical workflow, "Smithson added.
New cone beam technology Sirona three-dimensional imaging beyond the traditional diagnosis and treatment ability, through the calculation of three-dimensional image of a large volume set, more than 200, in a low dose of 3 d scanning for 15 seconds or less.
This 3D image set is processed and presented in the new GALILEOS software, a high-level extension of Sirona's famous SIDEXIS XG imaging software. The imaging unit and its software are fully coordinated and provide a new option for preoperative planning.
The GALILEOS not only displays 3D display in perfect image quality, but also provides clear navigation and diagnostics on traditional PAN, CEPH and TSA displays. His features enable practitioners to have unparalleled flexibility and potential in dental diagnosis.
In addition to very short, low-dose scanning cycles and flexible display features, another advantage of GALILEOS is a faster, more complete workflow. GALILEOS is an all-in-one diagnostic and planning system, intuitively controlled through its EasyPad touchscreen, and fully integrated with its new generation of 3D imaging software.
Through fully integrated hardware and software, practitioners enjoy the widest range of capabilities - from diagnosis to implant planning to patient communication. Sirona is also helping to change dental instruments technology and computer assisted dental surgery, and again to improve workflow efficiency to the next level.
"GALILEOS represents the pinnacle of all our technology, expertise and experience - providing a powerful diagnostic, planning and treatment system for the industry," he said.
As a progressive innovator, Sirona is creating practical new technologies that will have a long-term impact on patient care. This is the best way we can contribute to changing the industry.