Our “discuss live with the author” continued with episode #3We discussed the “Clinical failures and shortfalls of Immediate Implant Procedures” authored by Hürzeler/Zuhr back in 2006 but still a highly discussed topic!!
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Our “discuss live with the author” continued with episode #2 talking about a series of three articles, which triggered animated and emotional discussions before and after their publication back in 2008!Let’s discuss the “3 step technique” authored Read more
Our “discuss live with the author” had a great start with Pascal Magne talking about his article on waxup and mock-up for Veneers. Join also our new IJED Facebook group.
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Many colleagues ask us for advice when it comes to buying photographic equipment. An important part of dental photo equipment is the flash. What should it be? A ring flash or rather a lateral flash? It always depends on Read more
Photographers of all levels can benefit from using a more compact mirrorless camera with an electronic view finder (EVF), leaf shutter, complete AF area coverage or in-camera stabilization, all features which can make photography easier and more fun.
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The main purpose of photography in dentistry is documentation. The aim is to capture as much information as possible under reproducible conditions. For this purpose, the camera used, its accessories and the format and illumination of the intraoral Read more
Source: Nikon Pro April 2003
Just wanted to share this publication with you. Enjoy reading, Alessandro Devigus
Digital SLRs, Speedlights and micro lenses are becoming a Swiss Army knife for Read more
Have you ever wondered what causes those mysterious spots that appear in your photos? For photographers, particularly those who use interchangeable lens cameras, this is a common occurrence.
If you are constantly using your camera and switching lenses during Read more
We have postponed our 2. Dental Photography Conference and are working on our community and also on our program to welcome you next year in Budapest!!
Dental photography and scanning are a core part of diagnosis, treatment, documentation, and Read more
Working hard these days to get the pages of the community filled with information to share and discuss.
I’m so excited to be on this adventure with you and the rest of our big dental family.