Effects of Elevated Temperature In Forensic Endodontics: A Comparative Review

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Anjana Rajendran

Abstract

Forensic science is the art of identifying, evaluating and presenting evidences in the


 Court of law. The branch of endodontics plays a vital role in aiding the investigative


 procedures. The advances in biomaterials that are used and the evolution of


 radiographic and imaging techniques help in identifying the similarities and differences


between ante-mortem and post-mortem evidences. Fire constitutes a major contribution


 in the mode of disasters or during cremation or mass accidents.


There are various studies that compare the effect of heat and the alterations that occur


 in dental tissues and materials. This paper reviews on a comparative scale various in


vitro studies and review articles on the basis of the effect of high temperature on


endodontic materials and dental tissues..


 

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How to Cite
Rajendran, A. (2022). Effects of Elevated Temperature In Forensic Endodontics: A Comparative Review. Journal of Forensic Dental Sciences, 12(3), 201–205. Retrieved from http://tumakurudigitallibrary.com/index.php/jfds/article/view/648

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