Clinical photography is an increasing important part of a clinicians record-keeping protocol. Not only does clinical photography allow for the improvement of communication between dentist and patient, but also it leads to a more reflective clinician.
This session aims for delegates to understand the basic theory behind clinical photography, and the routine views and settings required to take a full set of intraoral and extra oral images.
You will learn how to:
The basics regarding -photography theory, settings and variables
Photographic techniques for clinical case documentation
The importance of composition, framing, and exposure for photographic style
Hands-on full series of intra- extra-oral photography
Variations in lighting to achieve certain results.