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How to estimate dental age in paleodontology?

By Vedran Šebečić, Andrea Hoch and Maja Sabalić


Nowadays there are many methods available for dental age estimation: morphological, radiological, biochemical. Some methods require sample sectioning while other non-destructive methods are more appropriate for use in paleodontology. Children’s dental age assessment is based on phases in growth and development of the deciduous and permanent dentition, while age assessment in the adult dentition is based upon changes in the structure of hard dental tissue caused by aging. Dental age calculating software enables automated age calculations

Topics: Dental Age; Forensic Dentistry; Paleodontology
Publisher: International Association for Paleodontology
Year: 2010
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