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Lip Prints - Can it Aid in Individual Identification
Journal of Oral Health and Community Dentistry
Objectives: To compare the Lip Print Patterns of males and females, and to find out quadrant wise and sex wise predilection of lip print patterns. Materials and Methods: A total of 200 dental students who satisfied the eligibility criteria were selected. Lip impressions of all these subjects were recorded. Suzuki's classification of Lip Prints was used and the results were analyzed. Results: Type II pattern was dominant in males in the Third and Fourth quadrants. Type III pattern did not occurdoi:10.5005/johcd-5-3-113 fatcat:tcwypfb2xvgnhglqo4j6qbegey