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I was collecting the bodies and handing them over to other people, like David Whitaker," Prof Knight said, referring to the forensic dentistry specialist on the case.
Suite 802 and his forensic practice, the Forensic Dentistry Resource Center in Worcester.
Forensic dentistry, also known as forensic odontology, is an integral part of the forensic sciences that helps with the identification of people.
present a textbook for dental and dental hygiene students, dental assistants, and laboratory technicians on the anatomy of the human mouth and teeth, as well as its application in periodontics, endodontics, restorative dentistry, occlusion, and forensic dentistry and their evaluation, treatment, and education.
Moscone West Convention Center, Room 3014/16 CSI San Francisco: Forensic Dentistry - Who Was This?
Glazer is an international author and clinician on the subjects of new materials and forensic dentistry.
Professor Peter Elwood played a leading role in publicising the benefits of aspirin for sufferers of heart disease, while Professor David Whittaker's skills in forensic dentistry were crucial in identifying the victims of serial killers Fred and Rosemary West.
Other workshop topics were pain, diabetes and wound management, ethics, forensic dentistry, Creutzedt Jakob Disease, electro-surgical safety in laparoscopic surgery, complementary therapies, perioperative fasting and pharmacogenetics.
What it comes down to with the forensic dentistry, you don't make a whole lot of money doing this, but the personal satisfaction is tremendous.