Biomedical Applications: Dentistry
|Striae on incisors
||Showed how the striations on the incisors of a mouse could be revealed with this technique
Surface detail of teeth
|Showed comparison photographs using the reflected, ultraviolet, ultraviolet fluorescence and infrared techniques. The reflected technique showed better delineation of cracks in the enamel, caries at the gingival margin, calculus and tobacco stains, and perikymata.
||De Ment and Culbertson 1951
|Detail of enamel
||Noted colour changes and structural detail in enamel, eg caries, pitting, staining, and enhanced capillary vessels in gingivae.
- DeMent, J. and Culbertson, R., 1951, "Comparative photography in dental science,' Dent. Radiogr. Photogr. 24 (2):28-34.
- Dent, R., 1938, "The photographic illustration of medical subjects," Photogr. J.78:197-207.
- Lindenstam, B., 1959, "The use of ultraviolet light in dental photography," Med. Biol. Illustr. 9 (1):26-29.