The original investigation led detectives to consult forensic archaeologists and a forensic dentist
In cases where ante-mortem records are not currently available, a forensic dentist
can create a postmortem dental profile to be saved for any potential future availability or disclosure of ante-mortem records .
For example, your teeth can tell a forensic dentist
: your age, your gender, your ancestral background, if you played a certain instrument, your dietary habits, and if you were a heavy smoker or not.
He added: "Our forensic dentist
has confirmed it is Kim Wall."
Cicero Moraes, a computer graphics designer, and Paulo Miamoto, a forensic dentist
and anthropologist, use tomography (or CT scans) as well as a process of photogrammetry, in which hundreds of photographs are taken, to digitally map the preserved skulls.
He is a self- employed Independent Forensic Dentist
and an Author specializing in both dental investigation and writing in New York, New York.
Helena Ranta, a Finnish forensic dentist
and professor at the University of Helsinki, presented a keynote address and decried the destruction of cultural heritage around the world.
Prof Whittaker, a forensic dentist
and former dental surgeon at the Wales Dental School, Cardiff, said: "It is salutary to think that there is every chance that within 40 years the iconic polar bears may have no environment to sustain them and they will no longer roam the polar ice.
A forensic dentist
said the thumb injury was caused by Alyn's teeth and would have been extremely painful.
The Omaha Metropolitan Medical Response System (OMMRS) created a Mass-Fatalities Subcommittee several years ago--chaired by a forensic dentist
who is a DMORT member--to enhance planning for a mass-fatalities incident in the Metro Omaha area.