Dr. Törő Klára
Dr. Almádi Zsófia – educational advisor
Dr. Ajang Armin Farid – forensic odontologist


  1. Injuries in general. Documentation of injuries.
  2. Bitemark classifications.
  3. Legal responsability.
  4. Forensic aspects of traffic accidents, especially concerning the injuries of the face.
  5. Classification of asphyxia. Signs of asphyxia.
  6. The nature of biting (Why do people bite? Who are the main suspects in domestic violence?).
  7. Bitemark analyzing – methods and challenges.
  8. Mechanical, physical and chemical injuries.
  9. Closed population vs. open populations in bitemark analysis.
  10. Bitemark photography – methods and instruments.
  11. Types of childabuse.
  12. Abused child general indicators and psychological behavior In dental office.
  13. Abusing caretaker’s behavior in dental office.
  14. Dentist’s role when confronted with patient who is suffering from childabuse.
  15. Ante Mortem vs. Post Mortem records.
  16. The difference between the primary identifiers and secondary identifiers.
  17. Disaster Victim Identification – steps, types and challenges.
  18. Structure of dental team in a DVI operation.
  19. Dental identification in mass disaster.
  20. Dental identification during the Tsunami disaster vs. dental identification during the ship accident.
  21. Human identification (general).
  22. Types of mass disasters.
  23. Closure in mass disasters.
  24. Reasons of dentists being sued by patients.
  25. Dental malpractice.
  26. Steps of receiving a new patient in a dental office (administration, treatment planing).
  27. The Dentist’s Golden Rule.
  28. Serial killers.
  29. Age estimation (types, importance).
  30. Forensic DNA analysis.
  31. Determining the cause of death. Medico-legal investigation of death.
  32. Effects of temperature on the body (combustion, freezing, hypothermia).