Prevalence of Various Dental Morphological Variations among Jatapu Tribe . A Study an Approach of Dental Anthropology

@inproceedings{Sudhanarao2016PrevalenceOV,
  title={Prevalence of Various Dental Morphological Variations among Jatapu Tribe . A Study an Approach of Dental Anthropology},
  author={Madhu Sudhanarao and Tanguturi Sirisha},
  year={2016}
}
  • Madhu Sudhanarao, Tanguturi Sirisha
  • Published 2016
Dental morphology, as the term is generally used in Anthropology, considers observations of minor structures of the tooth crown and root, including grooves, ridges, shape, arrangement, and cusps. Most practitioners of forensic anthropology are aware that shovel-shaped incisors are more often seen in persons of Asian or Native American heritage. Many may believe, perhaps erroneously, that the presence of Carabellis cusp trait indicates European ancestry. Dental Anthropologists usually utilize… CONTINUE READING