Using the Galileos Conebeam Scanner, Dr. Maddahi can take a low-radiation, detailed scan of your head, jaw, and neck in 14 seconds.
Dr. Maddahi finds that at least 30% of his implant patients come to him as a result of failed implant procedures from other practitioners, and most of these failures are the result of insufficient or poor planning before the surgery began. In Dr. Maddahi's office, your implant surgery is planned using 3D full-skull scans from the Galileos cone beam scanner.
This device takes over 200 individual, low-radiation x-rays in about 14 seconds. Nobel software allows Dr. Maddahi and Dr. Kapoor to examine a composite x-ray of your head and neck that shows every detail of your jaw, mouth, teeth, and sinuses, from every conceivable angle.
In fact, Dr. Kapoor will perform your surgery virtually on the computer before she begins your actual surgery. In our office, you will not experience any surgical surprises.