MB2 merging with MB1 - Courtesy ROOTS
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From: Mark Dreyer
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 6:00 PM
Subject: [roots] Photos
It's really easy to pause for 30 seconds, take a photo and
keep on working. The photos go directly into the pt chart.
It is really slick.
I thought that showing these type photos to patients after
the procedure would be a good way of creating value after
the fact and having them go back and give a good report to
the referring doc. Thus I've been showing photos to the
patients. I've found that some of the patients really like
to see these photos, but some can be put off by it.
This gal uttered "yuk" about half way through this series.
BTW, I forgot to dry the mirror on that pre-op photo
- Mark Dreyer, DMD
Its funny. about 60-70 percent enjoy watching the procedure
on the screen, the others look at me like Iíve got
two heads when I suggest it. Different strokes I guess.
Another nice one mark. No mb2? - gary
Thanks, Gary. Check out slide 3. I have the 6 c-file in the
mb2. By the time I worked it up to a 15 hand file,
the mb2 was gone, merging into the mb1 - Mark
Aha. A combo job. Less work that way - gary
Yup, here's another one finished just now. As you can see
from the angled post op rad I troughed a lot looking
for the mb2 and never found a separate orifice. The end
result is a sloping tear drop shaped single orifice.
I think these photos are a bit underexposed. Still playing
around with dual iris, shutter speed, ISO - Mark