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dental records

pl n
(Dentistry) records produced during a dental examination and recording the state of a patient's teeth
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Police officials said no fingerprints and dental records can be used to identify the decomposed body.
It is a dilemma that although dental records can also be used for and have an important role in teaching and in research6, a proper history taking and record keeping has always been ignored especially in dental schools and colleges.
But dental records and DNA testing proved the body was not that of the Mr Power, who owned the Ramada Park Hall Hotel in Goldthorn Park, Wolverhampton.
A lawmaker has filed a bill requiring elementary and secondary schools to maintain medical and dental records of their students.
Police said he had no dental records, had not been to a doctor's since 2003 and had no known family.
Coroner Martin Clavet's 47 reports revealed most who died had to be identified through DNA samples and dental records.
Through the secure online portal or iOS Application, patients can fill out their health history and dental history forms electronically, easily find current or new treating dentists, securely communicate with their dentist, and access their dental records.
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.
We compared 32 teeth, probably half a dozen of them had very distinct fillings and every tooth was consistent with the dental records of Michael Marino.
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.