The Right Bite
Dentists as DetectivesBook - 2007
You might be wondering, What does a forensic dentist do? Bust you for forgetting to floss? Not quite. Forensic dentists work on real crimes. They use teeth to identify people. They examine the mouths of dead bodies to figure out who died. Sometimes they help find criminals by their bitemarks. Want to know more? Bite into this book and read about: the gross stuff dentists look for in victims' mouths; how a dentist tried to solve a mystery with just one tooth; how Investigators used a bitemark to track a killer; and whether forensic dentistry might be in your future! Book jacket.
Publisher: New York : Franklin Watts, 2007
Branch Call Number: Y614.18 WIN
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 23 cm
From the critics