The on-demand version of the January 2008 evening live webinar programme.
3 hours verifiable CPD
"I've learned about the application of photography in dentistry thanks to excellent explanations and illustrations of the "hows", "whys" and "dont's" in real life situations" "The course is very well taught and laid out by an experienced photographer and dentist presenting concise knowledge of paramount importance for a beginner or person wishing to revise. Excellent. A definite must see." "I am very pleased that the Dental Channel has been brought to life. I feel that this is an excellent and very convenient way to broaden one's knowledge. Well done and all the best wishes for future development!"
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To provide a jargon free introduction to dental photography to enable dentists to take good quality dental photographs for use in case studies, patient education and practice marketing
The webinar aims to be interactive with a pre-session questionnaire to establish participant’s experience; examples of good and bad practice and a “troubleshooting” advice section
By the end of the presentation partcicipants should be able to:
describe the various different systems available for dental photography
list the uses of dental photographs, their presentation and storage
employ the techniques described for their own dental photography
critically evaluate their own photographs to inform future practice
About the presenter
Steve Wilson graduated from Sheffield in 1979 and has been in full-time general dental practice since. He has been the Dental Principal of a small private practice in Northallerton, North Yorkshire for the last 25 years.
Steve is a founder member of the Faculty of General Dental Practice and the BDA Good Practice scheme. He has recently completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education and is a part-time VT lecturer. He also has life-long interest in photography and has practised and taught dental photography for many years.
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