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  • n. One who studies teeth.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A specialist in odontology; one who is versed in the systematic study of the teeth.


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  • The odontologist is faxing over her report right now.


  • You should get our forensic odontologist to take a look.

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  • The odontologist compares recovered dentition to X-rays, handwritten charts, and treatment notes in antemortem records.

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  • "" Our capabilities have improved tremendously, '' says Lt.Col. Brion Smith, an Army forensic odontologist.

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  • Then they will bring in a forensic odontologist, who will examine the teeth, and get impressions.

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  • And we ` ve got a forensic odontologist that we ` re getting ready to consult with.

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  • A pathologist may analyze the organs and brain, an entomologist the insects, an odontologist the teeth and dental records, a molecular biologist the DNA, and a ballistics expert the bullets and casings, while the forensic anthropologist pores over the bones.

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  • If there was bite mark evidence present on any homicide victim, he would have called in a forensic odontologist to take the necessary photographs, measurements, and casts of the teeth marks.

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