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Dental Photography: From Theory to Practice

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Dental photography should be your daily tool. If not, don’t wait and take your steps to learn it and master it. In this lecture, you will see how to take step by step full dental portfolio and which instruments are helpful in surgical photo documentation. In the end, you will get an update in settings, equipment, and accessories used to take excellent dental photo documentation.

Date Added:
4/11/2018

Author(s):

Kris Chmielewski, DDS, MSc Kris Chmielewski, DDS, MSc
Krzysztof "Kris" Chmielewski, DDS, MSc

  • 1993 – Graduated Medical Academy in Gdansk
  • 1993 -1994 Assistant in Prosthetic Department ...
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Questions & Comments
Vijay Kumar - (5/20/2018 1:42 AM)

Great lecture with very practical explanations. dr kris . i want to know which co. is selling mirrors and contrasters you have used in this presentation

Raymond La Vigne - (4/11/2018 7:59 PM)

great photography but poor use of gloves and infection control I saw significant cross-contamination Would be better to have assistant be gloved and touch everything but camera and doctor have clean ungloved hands and only touch camera

Tomas Vanek - (4/11/2018 6:14 PM)

Thanks a lot Kris! It is wonderful photo-tour. I am sure I will be the full member of your web site "photo dental masters" - it looks great! It is fantastic to see somebody from the middle Europe as I am.... sincerely, Tomas, Czech Republic Maurice - hairdryer a few seconds before - it is well done for couple of minutes

Maurice Salama - (4/11/2018 9:17 AM)

Well done. How do you prevent fog in the mirrors intra-orally?

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