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Jason Olitsky

Best Tips for Dental Photography
Dentistry |2 min read

Best Tips for Dental Photography

These dental photography tips will take your technique from average to professional in an instant. When faced with a DSLR camera, many feel daunted by the settings and different options, but really your success in photography comes down to how you manipulate the...

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What is the Golden Proportion in Dentistry?
Dentistry |1 min read

What is the Golden Proportion in Dentistry?

It’s inevitable that over time what is considered the norm changes as new information or technology becomes available. One area in dentistry that has seen some significant adjustments relates to use of the golden proportion. It can be difficult to transition the...

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The Best Camera for Dental Photography

The Best Camera for Dental Photography

Aesthetic, clear visual aids are now the norm in treatment planning. This is why dental photography is so important. As with any skill, your success is elevated not just by your technique, but by the quality of your tools. Purchasing a camera for dental photography is...

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Increasing VDO to Improve Restorative Outcome
Dentistry |1 min read

Increasing VDO to Improve Restorative Outcome

by Jason Olitsky, DMD Program Director, Clinical Mastery Series Patient presented to me to improve her smile, but it was apparent that to improve her smile we would need to also improve her occlusal relationship. Helga always wanted a nicer smile. She had worn a...

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Live in the Op: Planning for Smile Design Symmetry
Dentistry |2 min read

Live in the Op: Planning for Smile Design Symmetry

I am privileged to present a 2 day live in the op program called Anterior Aesthetics. In this program, I prepare one patient and seat another so that attendees get from A to Z a predictable approach to achieving exquisite aesthetics in all of their cases. This is a...

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Overcoming Aesthetic Failures
Dentistry |3 min read

Overcoming Aesthetic Failures

Case Study – There are many factors that contribute to aesthetic success or failure. The most critical factor is treatment planning or starting a case with the end in mind. It’s not uncommon for many of my patients to enter treatment while experiencing some form...

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