5 Ways Photography Can Supercharge Your Clinical Practice

Clinical photography is perhaps the single most important diagnostic tool we use in helping our patients understand the current condition of their mouth and what the possibilities are for a different dental future. In addition, clinical photography is an essential tool for interdisciplinary treatment planning and communication. This webinar will introduce participants to the fundamental “why” and “how” of clinical photography, from patient communication to treatment planning to executing treatment. For more education, visit Courses.

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  • Darin Dichter

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