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Clinical Endorsements

Dr. Ghali LSU Health Shreveport

Dr. Ghali
LSU Health Shreveport

As a craniofacial surgeon who has treated hundreds of patients with head shape anomalies, including plagiocephaly and craniosynostosis, I can attest to the fact that use of the STARscanner is vital in providing treatment for these infants. The STARscanner is fast and well-tolerated by the youngest pediatric population. It is non-invasive with no radiation exposure, it provides accurate measurements for the best possible fit of the orthotic helmet and allows for comparison scans which are crucial in tracking the patient’s progress during treatment. Tracking changes in head shapes over time, as part of the evaluation, provides consistent criteria for determining when helmet treatment is indicated. In addition, the STARscanner provides more measurements to evaluate head shape than taking measurements by hand and is far more accurate. Without a doubt, the STARscanner is a revolutionary device in helping to provide the best available treatment for infants with craniofacial anomalies.
— G. E. Ghali, DDS, MD, FACS, FRCS(Ed)



If your baby's head is flat or not symmetric, you might have some questions as to why or how.

In this video, we discuss plagiocephaly, other aspects of cranial asymmetries, and methods of treatment for your child.


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