Forensic dentistry deals with the science of dentistry to aid in the administration of justice, Dental identification depends mainly upon comparison between records of the missing persons and the findings in the bodies in relation to Restorative work, Unusual features and Comparison of ante-mortem with postmortem X-rays. The following particulars should… Continue Reading Forensic dentistry

Tattoo marks are designs made in the skin by multiple small puncture wounds with needles or an electric vibrator dipped in coloring matter. The dyes commonly used are Indian ink, carbon (black), cinnabar or vermilion (mercuric sulphide) red, chromic acid (green), indigo, cobalt, prussian blue (ferric ferrocyanide), ultramarine (blue). Techniques… Continue Reading Tattoo marks – complications, erasure and importance