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January-June 2019| Vol 4| Issue 1

Editorial

Forensic facial reconstruction

Forensic facial reconstruction is a technique to reconstruct human face from unidentified skull remains. This is considered as the last resort in forensic identification when traditional methods suc...


Review Article

Virtual autopsy: An imaging technological integration in forensic odontology

With the advent of new technologies being integrated into varied aspects of dental care through visual, photographic, and radiological evidences in clinical diagnostics, these aspects are yet to be ...


Review Article

Racial, Occupational, and Cultural Variations in Human Teeth: Teeth as Evidence in Forensic Identification

Teeth are the strongest part of the human body which can withstand high explosions and are not damaged easily. Thus, teeth are more likely to be the evidence in mass fatal incidents where highly mut...


Review Article

Neonatal line: A valuable evidence to prove female infanticide

Female infanticide is a widespread social problem in India. Majority of the cases of infanticide goes unreported, as there is a lack of proper evidence. It is very essential to distinguish live birt...


Review Article

Bite mark: Is it still valid??

Bite mark evidence has been introduced in trials all over the country. Bite mark evidence, an aspect of forensic odontology, is the process by which odontologist's (dentists) attempt to match ma...


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ISSN - Print: 2542-5013,
Online: 2542-5021

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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