4th – 6th December 2020
Improving Your Daily Practice with Dental Photography
The importance of dental photography can be found in the need to create educational material for the various levels of dentistry. From the undergraduate students into the clinical field, the continuing educational of the digital camera, made clinicians start to realize the great impact that dental photography can have on their daily practices. Dental photography has become a powerful and indispensable tool for treatment plans, presentations, and patient education as well aducation as well as legal documentation.
The art of Marketing from the start for dentists
- How we did it
- Understanding Social Media (Instagram for Dentist)
- Dental Photography
- Dental Videography
- Editing and Posting
- Hopeless Teeth management
- Indirect Veneering
Dental Photography Made Easy
- How to start Dental Photography
- Introduction digital camera and which system is right for you?
- Understanding lighting and angle in Dental Photography
- Intra oral and portrait photography
- Macro lens vs kit lens
- Mobile dental photography vs DSLR Dental Photography
- The benefits rubberdam for Dental photography
- Lab communication for indirect restorations
- How to create photo collage in social media for a dentist
Most dental will tell you that the last thing they ever want to have to do is to remove a permanent adult tooth. In fact, they will fight tooth and nail to try and save one. When a patient presents us with a tooth that has sever decay, infection, badly broke down restorative work or has been injured from trauma, the first thing we must do is evaluate the health of the remaining portion of the tooth and its surrounding supportive bone. We also know from experience that a patient who is willing to case as much about and for an affected tooth as we do is more likely to keep the tooth for as long as possible. Many conditions that the patient may regard as “hopeless” can be fixed and the tooth can last for many more years once successfully treated.
Dental veneers are very thin shells, typically made of porcelain, that are bonded to the front of your teeth to enhance the beauty smile. Porcelain veneers are an excellent choice for enhancing smile because the colour and translucence of porcelain is a great match for the natural appearance of tooth enamel. With indirect restorations, clinicians should choose a material and technique that allows the most conservative treatment satisfies the patients’ aesthetic, structural, and biologic requirements; and has the mechanical requirements to provide plan, mock up as smile trial, minimally invasive preparation approach, impression, selecting shade guide, isolation & cementation.