The session was truly effective and informative. I understand how dental factors are taken into account in the grounds of investigation. I inspire the organizing team to carry out this important yet interesting topic.
The International Association of Scientists and Researchers (IASR) and the Sherlock Institute of Forensic Science (SIFS) India have collaborated to organize a pre-conference workshop to promote awareness and knowledge of Dental Age Estimation in Children and Juveniles. Forensic odontology helps identify the dead, whether they are newborns, adults, or adolescents. The speaker will describe how various dental analysis methods have made it easier to estimate age in a short period of time. This workshop will primarily focus on dental age assessment and the differing degrees of confusion and precision of various approaches in children. Various methods of age estimation, such as morphological, biochemical, and radiographical, will also be discussed, along with their scope and limitations.