Forensic Odontology: A Handbook for Human Identification

“Dental Anomalies”: A Key to Personal Identification

Author(s): Gyanendra Kumar*, Shilpa Malik Dutta and Ferah Rehman

Pp: 67-75 (9)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815124392123010007

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Despite the fact that the world is a lovely spot to live, violations, brutality, mishaps, and fiascos happen on a regular basis. Being that as it may, distinguishing and bringing the guilty party(s) to discipline and carrying comfort to the family members of the person in question or the deceased by recognizing the perished is the best equity we can manage, and criminological medication assumes a significant part in it. A forensic examination team might include law implementing authorities- criminological pathologists, measurable odontologists, legal anthropologists, serologists, criminalists, and different experts relying upon the conditions. Singular ID may in like manner be expected to recognize both a lost live presenting with amnesia and the liable gatherings doing incorrectly doings.

Keywords: Dental records, Dental anomolies, Dental identification, Dental charting.

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