Lectures and Dental Meetings

Presenter: Rita Bauer

Lecture 1:
What’s New in Dental Photography?
“Must Have” Gadgets and Equipment that will Simplify your Patient’s Photographic Documentation
See what’s new in equipment choices, accessories and other neat gadgets that will improve your efficiency in your dental photographic documentation. 

Lecture 2 :
Marketing with Photography - Utilizing your Patients Pictures in Your Day to Day Practice

- Many Patients leave practices to find specialized services elsewhere because they don’t know that their dentist offers the services they desire…if you don’t tell, you don’t get to do the work

- Use your “before and after” photographs as an internal education systems that COST YOU NOTHING ... and INCREASE your treatment acceptance INSTANTLY.

From the preparation of simple case presentations with inexpensive software, to patient photo galleries that will make everybody stop and take note. See how you can produce effective practice enhancement material with the images of your own great work!

Lecture 3:
Improve Your Image! – and create a dynamite website with your own photographic material
Do you have a website that is just not as eye-catching as it could be? Is the lack of photographic material stopping you from creating a great website? The key to a successful Internet presence is to create a website that keeps the attention of the browser and that accurately reflects the personality and image of your practice.
From staff portraits to architectural office photography and patient photo gallery; learn the tips and tricks on how to use your camera to create visual masterpieces.

Staff Portraits:
NO MORE MUG SHOTS!  Find the photogenic side in everybody and learn how to pose to get a great portrait of your team.
Patient Gallery:
How will you get patients to ask for dental procedures if they don't know about it? Show off your great work effectively, by creating a “Make-over” photographic series of your patient
Architectural Office Photographs:
Make a visual tour of your practice by using the advanced settings in your point and shoot camera and take the pictures like a Pro!