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"Protocols for Mobile Dental Photography with Auxiliary Lighting"

November 5, 2020, 5–6 pm CET

** Special webinar for the brand new book on Mobile Dental Photography **

Moderated by: Christian W. Haase, Quintessence

Dr. Louis Hardan
Protocols for Mobile Dental Photography with Auxiliary Lighting

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Louis Hardan

About Dr. Louis Hardan

Prof. Louis Hardan is head of the restorative and esthetic department at Saint Joseph University Beirut-Lebanon. He graduated dentistry in 1989 and continued his post-doctoral education at Saint Joseph University; he obtained a certificate for basic science in 1993, completed his specialization in restorative and esthetic dentistry in 1995 and his PhD in oral biology and materials in 2009. He was an active member of the Lebanese dental association (2006-2009) and was assigned as a general secretary of the LDA in 2009. At the present, he is an associate professor at Saint Joseph University and owns a private practice in his home town Jbeil. He is an active international Styleitaliano member. Hardan has many publications in international journals and has given several lectures on esthetic, restorative dentistry and mobile dental photography.

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In the context of clinical dentistry, many clinicians use their smartphone to take clinical photographs for communication or documentation simply because they cannot operate or afford a professional camera. Author Louis Hardan wanted to find a way to make documentation and communication easy and affordable to all dentists and laboratory technicians, including students. You really can get similar-quality images with a smartphone camera as with a DSLR camera; you just need to know how to use it.

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In his book “Protocols for Mobile Dental Photography with Auxiliary Lighting" Louis Hardan outlines how to use the smartphone camera with auxiliary lighting and accessories to take photographs for treatment planning, documentation and self-evaluation, communication with the patient and laboratory technician, tracking the evolution of treatment, as well as for publishing, lecturing, and insurance and medicolegal purposes. He also shows how to take artistic photographs to wow your followers on social media and effectively market your practice online.
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