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The curve that has the palatal or posterior black contraster is for?
In the presented protocol, how many photos should be taken in the full set of intraoral photos?
In the presented protocol, how many photos should be taken in the basic set of intraoral photos?
To take frontal face photos, the patient should be asked to:
When taking a frontal intraoral photo in occlusion, the upper body of the camera should be:
Dental photography is important for:
The black buccal contraster is for?
The frontal photo where the patient is in occlusion, squeezing the eyes and exaggerating the upward movement of the lips is for:
To take a frontal photo of the patient’s face smiling, which plane must be parallel to the horizontal plane?
In what scenarios is it recommended to use dual flash?