forensic dentistry

forensic dentistry
the branch of dentistry that deals with the application of the art and science of dentistry to the purposes of law. Dental jurisprudence and forensic d. are sometimes used synonymously, but some authorities consider dental jurisprudence a branch of law and forensic dentistry a branch of dentistry.

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