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Visual Technology in Dentistry

Description:
Dr. Ronald Goldstein gives tips on intra-oral as well as extra-oral photography and their role in practice and patient management. In addition, new video technology is introduced which can be utilized effectively in developing treatment plans in esthetic dentistry. Especially in esthetic smile design where economy and efficiency is desired.

Date Added:
4/6/2008

Author(s):

Ronald Goldstein, DDS Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Ronald Goldstein is currently Clinical Professor of Oral Rehabilitation at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, Adjunct Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (4/18/2016 6:17 PM)

No doubt the IPhone or similar cell phone camera has taken the place of many sophisticated still and video camera systems due to the high resolution and ease of recording even close up photos and video.

Ronald Goldstein - (9/2/2013 4:09 PM)

Hossem,
These video cams are easily mounted...as the NEX5 is that I currently use to do my videos through the microscope. There are also newer but very expensive devices that I would not suggest if you are doing it for your own personal training and not showing at dental meetings.

hossam ashour - (10/26/2012 6:32 AM)

Thank You Dr Ronald my concern is, is it easy to mount on light and help me work free hand without bothering my self monitoring the field of videography? Is it wide angel? can I relay on it if I am doing closed video circle for training purpose

Ronald Goldstein - (10/25/2012 3:57 PM)

Hossam,

I am doing my intraoral videos with the Global Microscope and the Sony NEX 5 Camera. However the NEX 7 is a newer version and will take High Definition 1080 quite well. With the NEX 5 I can only shoot about 20 minutes before the camera overheats and we need to let it cool down and then reshoot. Perhaps the NEX 7 will not have that problem. I hope this helps...Good luck!!

hossam ashour - (10/24/2012 6:44 PM)

Dr Ronald I need Your advise as I am searching for camera which can be easily mounted to unit light or from the sealing to enable me to take intraoral videos with free hands for purpose of live surgery seminar and webinar. what you recommend

Roberto Ayala - (10/21/2010 9:40 AM)

Thank you for the answer Dr. Goldstein.

Ronald Goldstein - (10/8/2010 6:08 PM)

Roberto,

the actual camera I showed on the video was a DV CAM and it sold for around $250. However, newer models, indluding one by Sony sells for as little as $160 and over the internet I have seen them advertised for even under $100. My advice...by from a good label because it does not cost that much more and you will have a good manufacturer to take it back in the event something goes wrong.

Roberto Ayala - (10/5/2010 6:51 PM)

Dr. Goldstein - Interesting tip regarding the small camera. You mentioned in the video that the camera is a supercam. But I would like to know who is the manufacturer?

Maurice Salama - (9/13/2010 3:21 PM)

We have also integrated the Kodak intra-oral cameras into our office. The most important thing is that we document our cases and properly archive them. Dr. Salama

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