Although forensic examination of teeth had been used to establish the difficult identification of individuals throughout history, it was never an organized field as it is now. Forensic dentistry is becoming more relevant today than ever before, with the increasing crime rate in terms of rape, murder, domestic violence, child abuse, neglect, fatal accidents especially with the mishaps involving explosives, aerocrafts and mass faculty incidents, etc. Much has been said and written in recent years about what is the role of tooh in forensic medicine This book fills the lacunae of providing material to understand the fundamental of subject subdivision at undergraduate as well as postgraduate level of dental and medical education. It is designed for refuelling education and motivation for new Forensic Odontology practice initiatives. This concise publication adds a refreshing perspective to help clarify the various ways of solving the medico-legal cases in judicial satisfaction.