Kemtec: Odontology - One Bite Out of Crime
Learn to identify an individual through dental records.
Manufacturer: Aqua Phoenix Scientific 10536
One of the ways in which modern forensic science can positively identify an individual is through dental records, since teeth not only differfrom person to person in the same way that fingerprints differ, but they last longer than other physical elements after death. The changes are so small in the dental records as the subject ages that records compiled years earlier will still be sufficiently accurate to provide positive identification.
- Grades 8 to 12
- Class size: 24 students
- Experiment 1: Making Patient Dental Chart
- Experiment 2: Identifying a Body with Dental Charts
- Experiment 3: Casting Teeth
- Experiment 4: Evidence Analysis of Bite Mark Injury
- Experiment 5: Collecting Evidence (Bite Marks in Wax Molds)
- Experiment 6: Identifying Suspect from Bite Marks
- Experiment 7: Identifying Suspect (Matching Teeth Cast to Wax Bite Planes)
|Analysis of bite mark injury|
|One Bite Out Of Crime Lab Activity Kit|
|Instructor manual, experiment no. 1, Student Data Sheet (SDS) patient chart, dentist worksheet, experiment no. 1, student data sheet, assistants worksheet, experiment no. 2, identifying a body with dental charts, experiment no. 3, SDS, working teeth model, experiment no. 4, SDS, metric analysis of bite mark, experiment no. 5, SDS, making bite mark evidence in Wax, experiment no. 6, SDS, identifying bite marks in Wax, experiment no. 7, SDS, identifying suspect by matching teeth cast to teeth bite tray (small and medium), tooth development diagram SDS, figure 1 tooth eruption at 5 Years SDS, figure 2 gloves magic marker, mold material, Plaster Paris, tongue depressors, Plastic cups, measuring cups, sealable bags, metric rulers, Wax bite plates, Wax bite plane|
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