How Important Are Before-and-After Photographs in Your Practice?: Very presented by Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD, FAAD, FACP
I try to instill in all my residents that the most important instrument I rely on pre-operatively, is the camera — not the scalpel! When I first started in dermatology, all we had were Polaroids for the chart and Kodachromes for presentations. Today’s residents are so lucky to have iPads, iPhones, digital cameras and sophisticated imaging technology, such as the Visia CR, Vectra, etc.