Forensic Dentistry and Dental Anthropology

\r\n Forensic odontology mainly involves the identification of an assailant by comparing a record of their dentition (set of teeth) with a record of a bite mark left on a victim. It is helpful for Dental identification, Age estimation and Oral and dental aspects. Dental Anthropology is a field of inquiry that utilizes information obtained from the teeth of either skeletal or modern human populations to resolve anthropological problems. Given their nature and function, teeth are used to address several kinds of questions. First, teeth exhibit variables with a strong hereditary component that are useful in assessing population relationships and evolutionary dynamics.

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  • Forensic Odontology
  • Identification and methods
  • Dental identification
  • Age estimation
  • Personal abuse - Oral and dental aspects
  • Age estimation and Oral and dental aspects
  • Dental radiography/informatics
  • Identification in mass fatalities
  • Assessment of cases of abuse (such as child, spousal or elder abuse)
  • Civil cases involving malpractice

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