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International Journal of Forensic Medicine

2023, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part A

Facial Reconstruction: A Boon to forensic practice


Author(s): Dr. Arpan Manna, Dr. Tanha Khan, Dr. MK Sunil, Dr. Taseer Bashir and Dr. Naeem Ahmad

Abstract: When conventional methods are unsuccessful, forensic face reconstruction can be utilized to identify unidentified human remains. We want to evaluate the various techniques for face reconstruction described in the literature through this article. There are several methods for reconstructing the face, ranging from two-dimensional sketches to three-dimensional clay models. The degree of mistake previously experienced has been reduced because of the development of a quick, effective, and affordable computerized 3D forensic facial reconstruction approach made possible by advances in 3D technology. There are a number of hand-facial reconstruction techniques, but the combined Manchester method has been said to be the best and most precise technique for the successful identification of a person. The ability to recognize permits the participating government entities to compile a list of potential victims. The more traditional approach of forensic medicine can then be used to reduce this list and provide a positive identification. Facial reconstruction makes it easier and more certain for a person's relatives and friends to recognize them visually.

DOI: 10.33545/27074447.2023.v5.i1a.60

Pages: 21-24 | Views: 761 | Downloads: 497

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Arpan Manna, Dr. Tanha Khan, Dr. MK Sunil, Dr. Taseer Bashir, Dr. Naeem Ahmad. Facial Reconstruction: A Boon to forensic practice. Int J Forensic Med 2023;5(1):21-24. DOI: 10.33545/27074447.2023.v5.i1a.60
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