[Gold] Clinical Photography in Dentistry

Clinical photography in dentistryBy

  • Matrishva B Vyas  MDS (Orthodontics), Professor, Department of Orthodontics, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha, India

The book consists of 10 chapters. The first chapter exposes reader to the world of photography and highlights the need of photography in dental profession. Next three chapters (chapter 2 through chapter 4) explain the technicalities involved in photography. It will help one choose right cameras, lenses and other accessories for clinical photography. It also will guide one in setting up camera before starting a journey to clinical photography. The reader will also learn the finer details of perfect exposure, use of light, shutter speed and aperture for ‘creating’ a photograph. Chapter 5 through chapter 8, deals with practical aspects of taking photographs in a given clinical situation. Suggestions and guidelines are made for different protocols recommended by various boards to train the reader how to shoot clinical photographs effectively. It will also teach the intricacies of table-top photography, and photographing radiographs. In addition, chapter 8 deals with silhouette photography, an often neglected, yet very useful topic. Chapter 9 on Storage and Care should be read, understood and applied for safety and longevity of inventory. Chapter 10 teaches one how to display, store and present pictures. It also deals with ethical aspect of photography applicable to dental profession. This book is a maiden and modest attempt to provide relevant information on clinical photography in a logical format that will help students as well as clinicians to understand and apply the basics of photography, while taking photographs of their patients.


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