Presenter: Dr. Jae Seon Kim DDS, MSD, FACP



This lecture will discuss Trying to match shades for indirect restorations can be frustrating, and lead to unproductive multiple appointments. In this webinar, participants will learn how to utilize digital photography, gray cards, and polarizing filters to improve the shade communication with the lab, so our labs can make restorations that blend into the patients’ mouth.

Learning Objectives:
1) Learn how to set up your digital camera for the best lab communication
2) How to best utilize your shade tab
3) How to utilize gray cards, and polarizing filters

Presenter: Dr. Jae Seon Kim DDS, MSD, FACP

About Your Speaker
Dr. Jae Seon Kim is a board-certified prosthodontist practicing in Seattle, Washington. Prior to starting his private practice, Dr. Kim was a full time faculty at Augusta University, Georgia, predominantly teaching in the Ronald Goldstein Center for Esthetic and Implant Dentistry along side Dr. Gerard Chiche. Dr. Kim received his MSD degree and a certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Washington and is an affiliate assistant professor in Restorative Department at University of Washington

Course Details

CE Hours

1.5 Hours

Subject Code

130 Electives


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