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Advance Courses of Forensic Odontology in SIFS INDIA

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This course would very competently and with an apt practical sessions would provide the students to understand and acquaint themselves with the basics of the science of dentistry and its utility in cases pertaining to legal admissibility of the bite-marks.

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Advance Courses of Forensic Odontology in SIFS INDIA

  1. 1. Forensic Odontology
  2. 2. Forensic Odontology !! About Us !! Some define forensic odontology as the intersection of the law and the science of dentistry. Others simply state that it happens when dentists assist law enforcement in solving crimes. And although a couple of thousand dentists throughout the world call themselves forensic odontologist’s or forensic dentists by virtue of study, training, and experience – in truth, nearly every dentist has the basic knowledge required to perform a dental identification – the staple of forensic dental practice. Many dentists have assisted in making dental IDs by providing the “dental records” that are so often referenced in the news – “the authorities are waiting for dental records to positively identify the remains.” © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. Forensic Odontology !! Advantages of Forensic Odontology !! Forensic Odontology is the sub-discipline of dentistry that applies the principles of dental science to matters of legal interest. The majority of a Forensic Odontologist's casework at the JPAC CIL involves the identification of unknown individuals who died as a result of conflict. Forensic Odontologists from the CIL have also been called upon to assist in recent mass fatality cases, examine bite-mark evidence, assess injuries in child abuse cases, and to serve as expert witnesses in civil litigation proceedings. © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. Forensic Odontology !! Disadvantages of Forensic Odontology !! A disadvantage of age estimates based on development is that most adults have completed their dental development by 25. For individuals who have attained full dental maturity, dental development is useless as an age estimator. Fortunately for the CIL, the majority of our casework is of individuals who are between the ages of 18 and 25. Age estimates can be used as useful corroborative circumstantial information in the identification process. They are also helpful in segregating individuals from large cases with multiple, commingled decedents. © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. Forensic Odontology !! Career in Forensic Science !! Forensic Odontology is an emerging sub-disciplines of Forensic Science, with an opportunity for the aspiring candidates to have a promising career in the present world of competency. This course is especially designed keeping in minds the essentials and requirements of the students as well as the working professionals of the related field. Learners keen to learn and explore their knowledge in this field have vast options open before them to uplift and groom their career in the respective field. © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. Forensic Odontology !! Scope of Forensic Odontology !! The word “Odontology” is comprised of two Greek words “Odonto” which suggests “tooth” and “logos” mean “study”, also termed as “Forensic Dentistry”. Therefore, in a very precise manner, dentistry are often outlined as a science that deals with the study of human dentition. However in broad terms, Forensic dentistry, additionally referred to as Forensic medical specialty, is that the application of dental experience to system or for the aim of law or justice. The scope of Forensic dentistry focuses on 3 main aspects that are: the identification of unknown remains by teeth, jaw and craniofacial remains, analysis of oro-facial trauma connected with personal abuse and dental jurisprudence. © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. Thank You… ADDRESS: 2443, Hudson Lines, !! Follow Us On !! Kingsway Camp, Delhi-110009, India. CALL US: +91 11 47074263 +91 9953546546 +91 9818877002 E-MAIL US: Email: education@sifsindia.com Support: info@sifsindia.com Web: www.sifs.in © Copyright 2010 - 2015 SIFS India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved

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