Review Article - Journal of Clinical Dentistry and Oral Health (2021) Volume 5, Issue 4
Forensic dental diseases.
Forensic odontology is a growing field with a lot of room for advancement. It has established itself as a necessary science in medical and legal concerns, as well as in the identification of the deceased. Even if a person is skeletonized, degraded, burned, or dismembered, dental tissues are frequently retained. Using dental tissues, several methods have been devised to estimate a person's age, sex, and ethnicity. In forensic dental identification, data collecting methods and auxiliary technology have experienced considerable changes. This article gives an overview of current developments in traditional procedures as well as new concepts in forensic odontologyAuthor(s): Roohi Afshan Kaleelullah