1/2 Day Improve your Dental Digital Photography in a Flash! (27/08/19 AM)
The digital single lens reflex is still considered the benchmark standard for clinical photography. The course will describe the workings of the components of a dental system,
a live demonstration of the system in use, followed by a “Hands on” session where delegates will learn to use the cameras.
To familiarize the delegates with a clinical system of taking patent images to a satisfactory standard.
- To understand how the DSLR functions
- To understand how the DSLR is set up and why
- To understand how the camera can be set up for multi users
- At the end of the day the delegates should be competent in setting up a system for use in the surgery.
- Be able to take standard views on a repetitive basis and understand the reasons for poor images
Peter Gordon LDSRCS DGDP (UK)
- Qualified in 1964 and was in a Private London W1 practice from 1969 until 1998 when he joined the Dental Reference Service. He introduced and piloted the use of dental photography within the Reference Service. He held Honorary Clinical Consultancies with 3M (Espe) and Bayer (Heraeus Kulzer) between 1977 and 1998. He has lectured and written extensively on clinical photography and co-authored “Dental Photography” 1987 with Philip Wander. He was appointed as Dental Advisor to the BDA in 1991 and held the post until 1996.
- 2005 Gained FGDP “Certificate of Dental Practice Appraisal.”
- Photographic consultant to PracticeWorks from 2008-2010
- He was appointed as a dental consultant to GSK in 2010-2013. Peter was involved for many years as an Honorary Clinical Teacher UCL Eastman Dental Institute giving lectures and advice on clinical photography on their postgraduate teaching programmes. He is currently a freelance lecturer for BPP University.He wrote a series of photographic articles for “Implant Dentistry Today” which was published 2015/6. He is currently commissioned to write a new text on “Dental Photography. He is a Life Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy.
|Course End Date||27-08-2019|
|Registration Start Date||07-03-2019|
|Cut off date||26-08-2019|