Standards in Dental Photography
Photography School • 45m
The main purpose of dental photography is documentation. As much information as possible needs to be recorded under reproducible conditions. There must be standardization of the clinical camera, associated equipment, format, and light- ing of the intra- and extraoral views used in dental photography. The standards described in the 1980s by Wolfgang Bengel are still valid, but they need to be updated and adapted to align with new technologies and procedures.
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Why do you do that and what is it important for?
What do you want to achieve with the pictures?
Which intention do I pursue with the pictures?
How much time do you want to invest?
Is a mobile phone camera enough in the end?
Product photography and patient photography with the same equipment?