Professor of mathematics, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
Instructor, Clark County Community College, Dental Hygiene Program, North Las Vegas, NV
Dental student, University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry, San Francisco, CA
Supervising dentist, Clark County Community College, Dental Hygiene Program, North Las Vegas, NV
Dental student, Northwestern Dental School, Chicago, IL
(Received 12 February 1983; accepted 17 May 1983)
A general population sample of bite marks in wax is used to demonstrate mathematically the individuality of the human dentition. The general principles of probability are discussed and applied to the analysis of teeth using a precise method of measurement. The unique nature of the human dentition is confirmed.
Paper ID: JFS11656J