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Disposable RD : Handidams by Aseptico

From: Mark Dreyer
Sent: Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:08 AM
Subject: [roots] Couple cases

The photography isn't quite there yet but Rome wasn't built in a day.  
Changing the shutter speed and the ISO for the next case and will see 
how it turns out in terms of getting more light into the field.  
Using Xenon light source, Global G6, Carr mirrors, Canon D20.

Among other benefits taking photographs enables you to "wow" your 
patients who in turn will hopefully give nice feedback to the 
referring doc.  Maybe not as important in a mature practice, but in 
my case, I'm building a satellite practice and these 2 cases were 
referred by docs that have only seen a few of my cases.  I consider
it nice internal marketing - Mark Dreyer, DMD

I like it! Great endo as usual and pretty good photos to boot. What is the name of the disposable RD you are using? - Arturo Thanks, Arturo. These are Handidams made by Aseptico. - Mark Do you have trouble with these on seconds? I like the quickies right up to the first molar. After that, plain old r.d. and a frame for me - gary Gary, This is the only rubber dam I stock (other than latex free), so they work on seconds and the occasional wizzies I treat - Mark

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