Photography in Clinical Dentistry- A Review
Intraoral photography is a part of contemporary dental practice. Intraoral conditions which in the course of dental treatment are subject to change can be recorded in detail by means of photographs. These provide an improved documentation and the option of monitoring particular situations over longer periods of time. With the right skills and photographic methods, the clinician enhances communication with the patient regarding treatment planning. This article emphasizes types of camera and the accessories for intraoral photography which enables the practitioner to make standardized photographic documentation of cases.
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