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Synonyms for dental

a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge

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In addition to fingerprints and dental records, forensic experts are using scars, unusual body marks, evidence of surgery, tattoos and general body descriptions to make identifications.
Only 2,600 samples - used when matches can not be made from other methods such as fingerprints and dental records - have been collected leaving at least 1,700 outstanding.
About Boomerang Benevis' Boomerang is an award winning, ONC-ACB certified, electronic dental records system.
Police said he had no dental records, had not been to a doctor's since 2003 and had no known family.
The theft meant Azziz Khan's decomposed remains could not be identified from dental records after his body was pulled from the River Severn, an opening inquest heard.
Researchers at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston examined a year's worth of electronic dental records for 4,732 adults (ages 20-98) with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDDs).
Malaysia: The death of a second Malaysian worker in the Algerian hostage crisis has been confirmed after his body was identified by his dental records and a tattoo, the Malaysian foreign ministry said Saturday.
Yesterday police confirmed that they had identified the 29-year-old using dental records, and her family have been told.
DURHAM oil executive Carole Waugh's body had to be identified by her dental records, an inquest heard.
Health care providers can use it to upload dental records, collaborate on patient cases, and even form study groups that will improve patient care across the industry.
3) Multiple articles were published based on dental records maintained by a single dentist or small group of dentists.
Experts are having to use dental records to identify twelve unnamed victims.
His body was discovered late on Tuesday afternoon by a diving team and he had to be formally identified from his dental records.
These included the increase in fertility that accompanied the rise of agriculture, with these factors thereby contributing to the differences in the prevalence of dental caries (cavities), A comprehensive review of dental records in prehistoric and current human populations reveals that women have more dental problems than men because of reproductive and fertility factors that seem to be linked to female hormones.
Dental records may have to be used to confirm identification.