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July-December 2017| Vol 2| Issue 2


Dental biometrics

Biometrics refers to technological and scientific authentication methods to detect and recognize unique human physical and biological characteristics for personal identification. Although fingerprints...

Original Article

Sexual dimorphism of radiomorphological features of frontal sinus

Objective: Radiographs of the frontal sinus have been used in personal identification due to its uniqueness configuration. Largely there has been little agreement regarding the reliability of f...

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Knowledge, attitudes, and professional responsibilities among southern indian dental residents regarding child abuse: A cross-sectional survey

Aim: This study aims to assess the knowledge and attitudes about indicators, legal issues, professional responsibilities, and reporting mechanisms toward child abuse among South Indian dental r...

Original Article

Validation of the efficacy of age assessment by the miles tooth wear chart, using skulls of known age at death

Background: Age estimation is critical for identification purposes in forensic medicine, with various methods have been proposed for age assessment. Aims: The present study aims to vali...

Original Article

Morphologic and radiographic changes in teeth and restorations subjected to high temperatures

Context: In fire accidents and cremation, fires may reach temperatures as high as 1150°C. In such circumstances, teeth and bones are the only remains which can help in personal identificat...

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International Journal of Forensic Odontology, a publication of Saveetha Dental College & Hospitals, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published.

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