What sets this book apart from other titles available on dental photography is that it focuses not on artistic photography but rather on the concept of dental visualization: dental photographs that are taken and used as a clinically relevant tool. The major principles of dental photogra- phy are broken down into concise chapters and illustrated with high-quality, detailed images. Topics covered include photographic equipment, camera components, digital documentation, and troubleshooting. Simplified protocols for achieving high-end photographic results are presented step by step, and considerations for the different dental specialties are also described. This book promises to be an invaluable tool for both general practitioners and specialists to elevate their services provided by using dental photography.