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Digital Photography and Digital Asset Management

  • Steven H. GoldsteinEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

Dental digital photography is commonly used in many of today’s dental practices, and high-quality dental images are paramount for laboratory communication, patient communication, and marketing dentistry. This chapter provides an overview of DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera settings/parameters required to incorporate clinical and portrait photography into your dental practice and will also discuss postproduction workflow.

Keywords

Dental digital photography Digital dental photography Dental photography Dental photography course Digital dental photography courses Dental photography cameras Dental photography settings Digital asset management Digital workflow 

References

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Further Reading

  1. McLaren, Edward A. Communicating digitally with the laboratory: design, impressions, shade, and the digital laboratory slip. Dental Ageis Jan/Feb 2011.Vol 7, Issue 1.Google Scholar
  2. McLaren EA, Garber DA, Figueira J (2013) The photoshop smile design technique. (Part 1): digital dental photography. Compendium 34(10):772–779PubMedGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer International Publishing AG 2017

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.ScottsdaleUSA

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