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National Standards for Grade Levels 9-14


Dental records, like fingerprints, offer a form of positive identification. Not only do they differ in detail from person to person, but they last longer than other physical evidence and may be the only identifiable evidence following catastrophic accidents, explosions, burning, or decomposition. Changes in dental records are generally minor as a person ages, so records compiled years earlier often provide a means of positive identification. Kit includes seven experiments: Making a Patient Dental Chart, Identifying a Body with Dental Charts, Casting Teeth, Evidence Analysis of Bite Mark Injury, Collecting Evidence (Bite Marks in Wax Molds),

Identifying Suspects from Bite Marks, and Identifying Suspects (Matching Teeth Cast to Wax Bite Planes). Allow 6-7 hours of lab time for completing all experiments. Designed for 24 students working in groups of four. Single kit is ideal for one to four students.

Odontology: Bite Out of Crime

SKU: 10-536
    • Instruction manual
    • Boxes of Gloves
    • Teeth Impression trays (both small and medium)
    • Wax Bite Planes
    • Alginate Dental Impression Material
    • Plaster of Paris
    • Tongue Depressors
    • Large Plastic Cups
    • Small Plastic Cups
    • Plastic Measures
    • Zip Lock Bags
    • 6” Metric Rulers
    • Black Markers
  • Box 1 Sh. wt. 8lbs, DIM 19” x 12” x 5”

    Box 2 Sh. wt. 11lbs, DIM 19” x 12” x 5”


    Single Kit 10-537

    Sh. wt. 3lbs, DIM 13” x 12” x 5”


    Refill Kit 10-536R

    Sh. wt. 6lbs, DIM 19” x 12” x 5”

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