Dental restorative biomaterials and criminalistics

Abstract: The body of an 89-year-old woman was discovered at home by a member of her family. Only part of the body, the legs, were found intact without burn damage. Read this case report and sign up to receive Research and Reports in Forensic Medical Science journal here: http://www.dovepress.com/articles.php?article_id=17304
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Figure 3 Frontal view of the oral cavity.

Figure 3 Frontal view of the oral cavity.

Figure 5 Lower denture where the direction of the fire was from the right to the left side (large arrows), on the lingual and vestibular surfaces.

Figure 5 Lower denture where the direction of the fire was from the right to the left side (large arrows), on the lingual and vestibular surfaces.

Figure 7 Upper view of the lower jaw with color alteration of bone caused by the fire.

Figure 7 Upper view of the lower jaw with color alteration of bone caused by the fire.

Figure 8 The inferior border of the lower jaw with different patterns of burn damage.

Figure 8 The inferior border of the lower jaw with different patterns of burn damage.

Figure 10 (A) The upper jaw with the denture before removing the soft tissues and (B) after removing the soft tissues.

Figure 10 (A) The upper jaw with the denture before removing the soft tissues and (B) after removing the soft tissues.

Figure 1 General findings at the scene.

Figure 1 General findings at the scene.

Figure 2 The (A and B) lateral and (C) frontal views of the skull.

Figure 2 The (A and B) lateral and (C) frontal views of the skull.

Figure 4 The (A) right and (B) left lateral views of the oral cavity.

Figure 4 The (A) right and (B) left lateral views of the oral cavity.

Figure 6 Inside the base of the lower denture.

Figure 6 Inside the base of the lower denture.

Figure 9 The teeth (A) 47 and (B) 37.

Figure 9 The teeth (A) 47 and (B)

Figure 11 The burn damage on the upper jaw bone.

Figure 11 The burn damage on the upper jaw bone.

Figure 12 The burn damage on the denture on the external and internal surfaces.

Figure 12 The burn damage on the denture on the external and internal surfaces.

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