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Enhance your Esthetic Practice Overnight with Exceptional Clinical Photography - Part 3

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This lecture will cover camera selection as well as discuss the effective differences between "point and shoot" and SLR camera systems. Pros and cons of each system will be discussed. Photographic and digital case presentation protocols will be introduced as well a discussion of mirror and retractor designs for greater effectiveness. Last, but not least, a number of clinical tips will be given to help clinicians capture exceptional images quickly and easily for maximum diagnostic information and increased case acceptance.

Date Added:
11/27/2010

Author(s):

Glenn D. Krieger, DDS, FAGD Glenn D. Krieger, DDS, FAGD

Since graduating dental school in 1992, Dr. Glenn Krieger has been committed to staying on top of the newest and most innovative aspects of general dentistry. Having achiev...
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Questions & Comments
Donatos Papanikolaou - (5/1/2012 11:49 AM)

excellent presentation, many thanks

John Downey - (2/6/2012 10:24 PM)

Awesome 3 part series on exceptional dental photography. Thanks Dr. Krieger.

Essam Sulong - (5/1/2011 7:54 AM)

thanks for great videos but if the's live application it would be better

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