Topic Description :
Forensic Dentistry and Your Practice
This lecture will acquaint the dental professional with an overview of forensic dentistry. Your dental expertise might be called upon by your community or law enforcement in several scenarios, including human identification, age determination and pattern injury/bitemark interpretation.
- Acquaint attendee with forensic dentistry/forensic medicine
- To understand the difference between forensic interpretation and practice, and treatment plan.
- How to communicate with law enforcement
- What to look for in examination and interpretation of evidence
- Interpretation and comparison of radiographs, interpretation and comparison of opinions in pattern injuries, bitemarks.
Dr. Ira Titunik
BS, DDS, DABFO Diplomate,
American Board of Forensic Odontology,
Lecturer and Adjunct Professor of Forensic Science, Henry C Lee College of Forensic Sciences,
Committee member, GNYDM – USA
- BS, DDS, DABFO
- Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Odontology
- Fellow, International College of Dentists
- Fellow, American College of Dentists
- Forensic Consultant, Medicolegal Investigations Unit, New York State Police, Albany, NY
- Chief Dental Consultant, Office of the Medical Examiner, Bergen County, Paramus, NJ
- Adjunct Professor, Forensic Sciences, Henry C. Lee College of Forensic Sciences, Lecturer, Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT
- Greater New York Dental Meeting, Specialty Education Programming
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