In most instances, dental identification is initiated when the remains have been significantly altered from the living person or are not viewable. These cases include burned or charred, decomposed, skeletonized and/or traumatized remains (Figures 3-12). In many of these instances, the recovered remains can present combinations of any or all of the above.
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