Dental Photography Simplified

Course Fee:
$650 doctors
$400 Assistant/Staff

30-day Early Registration:
$585 Dentist  |  $360 Staff

CDE Credits: 6
February 29, 2020


Saturday 9:00 am-4:00 pm

Enrollment limited to 20


The Basics for your Practice

Lecture and Workshop



Michael Capio, DDS, FAGD
Lecturer, UCLA School of Dentistry

Marc Hayashi, DMD
Assistant Clinical Professor, Section of Restorative Dentistry, UCLA Dentistry

Digital cameras and dental photography are a critical piece of today’s modern dental practice.  It can be intimidating and overwhelming to think about and learn, especially for those who have not used a dSLR camera before. However, by understanding how to take quality pictures, you will increase case acceptance, enhance the value of your practice, and greatly improve the level of service you can provide for your patients. High quality digital photographs are extremely helpful for excellent laboratory communication, patient education, diagnosis, treatment planning, and documentation.

In this course, we invite dentists of all skill levels to attend, whether you’ve never held a camera before or want to take your skill up a notch. Assistants and staff are also invited to attend with the doctor. We believe quality dental photography is a critical component to the modern practice, and this course will answer your questions and increase your confidence in this important skill.

If you are looking to purchase a dSLR camera before the course, or have any questions regarding your current camera and its applicability for this course, please contact the CE office beforehand so we can help you decide.

Learning Objectives
  • Understand the basics of dental photography and how to capture quality images
  • Become familiar with the various equipment and accessories needed
  • Acquire workflows that can be incorporated into your practice immediately
  • Learn which photographs to take and when
Hands-on Workshop Exercises
  • Portrait, close-up and intra-oral photography
  • Lab work and artistic photography
Participant Requirements

We will have a limited number of cameras available for the course to practice with upon request. If you would like to use one of these cameras, please bring an SD card with you to the course. Please contact the CE office if you feel you will need a loaner camera and have any questions regarding purchasing an SD card.


speaker and topics subject to change without prior notice