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Whether you are a doctor, dentist, patient or victim of an accident or assault, the chances are that you will need the services of a medical photographer.

The importance of using a registered clinical photographer cannot be over emphasised since the benefits can range from improving the settlement received as the result of a compensation claim through to helping save a life.

Although with digital photography now bringing the ability for doctors, dentists and lawyers to take their own photographs, the experience, knowledge and skill of the qualified medical photographer remains essential in providing best practice.

By providing accredited photographs of injuries and scarring ensuring that appropriate reference of scale and colour are provided can significantly increase the court’s awareness of the damage resulting from an accident or assault and also examine more intimate areas of the client without causing unnecessary distress.

With the most serious form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma, on the increase, recording the position and condition of moles as a base line indicator can be vital in providing early diagnosis and hopefully curing this life-threatening disease.

The role of the clinical photographer in creating a mole map cannot be underestimated and can provide the patient with a means of self examination and comparison, letting them seek help at the earliest possible time.

If you have a condition that could benefit from medical photography by an expert, please contact me.

You have no choice in consulting a surgeon for an operation, a dentist to treat your teeth and a lawyer to handle your legal matters.

Anyone can take photographs but if you need the expertise of a highly skilled and qualified medical photographer please don’t compromise your care, call me today.

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