I decided to start this post because I know there's a need for some great education out there regarding how to use good clinical photography for better diagnosis and exceptional case acceptance.
I've been a photographer sinec childhood and have devoted the last 10 years of my life to finding easier and better ways to get dentists to capture gorgeous images with minimal fuss.
I'm a "wet fingered", practicing dentist 4 days a week, and aside from teaching a 2 day hands on "Digital Co-Diagnosis" course in Seattle, I travel the country teaching dentists how to get this stuff in an easy way.
There's a lot of misinformation out there and there are also a number of "experts" who make this far more difficult than it needs to be, so I want to share my expertise in any way I can.
Please feel free to post any ideas that baffle you, or ask me to cover a topic that you would like to see covered in detail. It's my pleasure to help.
Thanks for coming, and remember...."In dentistry, a picture is worth far more than a thousand words...."