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10th Edition of International Conference on
Dentistry and Oral Health

March 13-15, 2025 | Rome, Italy



Odontology, the scientific study of teeth, plays a crucial role in both dentistry and forensic science. This interdisciplinary field explores the structure, development, and abnormalities of teeth, offering insights into oral health and beyond. Dentistry, the primary application of odontology, involves diagnosing, preventing, and treating dental issues to maintain optimal oral well-being. In forensic odontology, dental expertise becomes a powerful tool for identification. Dental records, unique dental characteristics, and bite mark analysis contribute to solving criminal cases and providing closure in disaster victim identification. This intersection of dentistry and forensics showcases the broader societal impact of odontology. Moreover, advancements in dental technology, such as digital imaging and 3D printing, have revolutionized diagnostic and treatment approaches, enhancing precision and patient outcomes. The field also delves into the study of dental anthropology, unraveling clues about human evolution, migration patterns, and dietary habits through dental remains. Understanding odontogenesis, the process of tooth development, is fundamental for addressing dental anomalies and disorders. It also serves as a cornerstone for dental professionals in devising effective treatment plans. Research in odontology continually contributes to the development of innovative dental materials, techniques, and therapies, fostering progress in oral healthcare. In summary, odontology serves as a linchpin in the realms of dentistry, forensic science, anthropology, and beyond. Its multifaceted contributions, from promoting oral health to aiding in criminal investigations, underscore the significance of this field in our quest for knowledge, health, and justice.

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