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Implant Restorations In Identification Of Forensic Cases

Forensic dentistry is the application of odontological knowledge to law and criminal events. Identification studies are the main difficulty in evaluating fragmented, mixed or burnt remains in multiple deaths from mass disasters. As part of forensic science, odontological identification consists of comparing pre-death dental information about a missing person with posthumous data from an unidentified corpse or human remains. Dental remains are important findings that survive in destroyed body tissues. They play a fundamental role in identification if findings that are important to diagnose, such as visual or fingerprints, are lost. For this purpose, teeth, radiographic images, dental molds, palate scar, lip scar, bite mark and restorative and prosthetic applications are used. Objective and subjective information about the patient obtained by the dentist or clinical assistant is considered as antemortem legal documents. Dental implants, which are frequently preferred in the treatment of tooth loss today, provide important information in identification studies due to their durable structure and tight stability with the jawbone. In this study, the use and limitations of dental implants in forensic cases were examined.

forensic dentistry, identification, dental remains, dental implant


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