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Photography has become a crucial part of dentistry. As a part of the case presentation or part of our work portfolio, we want the photos to look good. Yet social media is full of dentistry that looks like it was photographed in a studio. Exception light balance and detail. How do we achieve this?
Szabi Hant is well known for his photography expertise as well as being a master dental technician and educator.
This episode we get his number one tip to get ideal photos. Its a simple equipment change that will vastly improve the way light reflects from the tooth and therefore the ability to see detail and colour.
Szabolcs Hant is an experienced dental ceramist and photographer.
He started his study in 1993 in Hungary, where he was lucky to met and learned from great masters around Europe. Some well-known names from the courses he’s visited: Klaus Mütherties, Oliver Brix, Aki Yoshida, Robert Zubak, etc. In 2004 became a Hungarian Master Dental Technician.
In 2010 he decided to move to Perth, Australia with his family and started a new exciting life.
n a short span of time since his arrival in Australia, he met and collaborated with renowned Prosthodontist, Dr Tony Rotondo from Brisbane and together developed a highly successful photo communication protocol.
Ivoclar Vivadent invited him to become the Hungarian opinion leader.
In recent years Szabolcs started lecturing and demonstrating in ceramic, morphology and dental photography topics. He is a keen teacher who loves to share his 20+ years of knowledge and experience with everyone in the dental industry. He also developed some useful tools for dental photography to make everyday photography easier and better.
In 2019 he opened his educational state-of-the-art Renfert Master lab in Perth, Western Australia where he regularly undertakes activities to educate and mentor every passionate member of the dental industry.
Also, look out for more tips from Szabi coming out on the “What I Wish I Knew” Podcast soon!
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