Dental digital camera EyeSpecial C-II – A new option for dental photography
Przemyslaw Grodecki DDS, PhD
Dental photography can no longer be considered a luxury.
It has become an essential tool for dental documentation, communication with the patient or dental laboratory, and self-assessment and can be used as a diagnostic instrument that should be part of standard procedure in the dental practice. However, taking a photograph outside or inside a patient’s mouth is not easy. In general, dental photography is considered to be low-light conditions macrophotography. Usually, it requires a top-shelf digital SLR camera and special accessories, as well as the requisite experience or training to use these.
Dental digital camera EyeSpecial C-II, which has been designed from the ground exclusively for dentistry, represents a new approach to dental photography. Capturing the full dental arches or a single tooth is now easier than ever before. No advanced settings are needed to obtain perfect images. This can be achieved by an assistant or a dentist and does not require any specialist or expensive training. The quality of the images, exceptional depth of field and predictable results every time make C-II the first choice for all practitioners who want to complete their treatment plan or laboratory prescription with perfect intra- and extra-oral images. It also offers new options to make dental photography an even more useful and convenient tool in everyday practice.
The speaker has been using C-II for over eight months and will share his experience with this new smart dental digital camera. The following topics will be discussed:
- A quick overview of the different types of digital cameras available for dental photography
- What makes EyeSpecial C-II a digital camera specific to dentistry?
- The problem of reflections on the teeth caused by the flash unit
- The FlashMatic light control, a new system for regulating light conditions
- Exposure compensation
- Guidelines for C-II’s preset dental modes
- Practical tips on taking photographs with C-II
- A new approach to shade matching
- Presentation of clinical images
Dental photography can be easily applied and is very useful in everyday work in the dental practice.
Przemyslaw Grodecki DDS, PhD
He was born in 1968 in Lodz, Poland. He graduated from the Medical University of Lodz in 1991. In college he belonged to the Research Student Society. In 1991-2002 he was an assistant and instructor in the Department of Prosthodontics at Medical University of Lodz where he did research and educational activities on dentistry.
In 1997 he got a 1st degree specialization in the field of general dentistry. In 2002 he got PhD from Medical University of Lodz in dental medicine. In 2003-2008 he was employed as an assistant in the Department of Prosthodontics and Chewing Dysfunction at Medical University of Lodz where he continued the scientific and educational work including teaching foreign students.
Since 2008 he is an employee at the Center for Clinical Dental Implant Institute at Medical University of Lodz. An author of 11 scientific and popular science papers. Over the years organizer of many hand’s courses and lectures for dentists on restorative procedures and dental materials. He has been running Private Dental Practice since 1991 dedicated to esthetic and precise restorative dentistry. Since 2011 he together with his wife has created Poland’s first private dental practice on the basis of the Non-Violent Communication (NVC), Attachment Parenting (AP) and Holistic Approach.
His work is based on the concept of minimally invasive restorative dentistry. At present his research interests concentrate on precision in restorative procedures in dentistry and biomaterials.
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