Introduction: Cheiloscopy, the study of lip prints, is an upcoming tool for the identification of persons. The lip print of every person is unique and can be used to. 1 Aug PDF | On Mar 26, , Kannan S and others published Cheiloscopy – A Vital Tool In Crime Investigation. 29 Sep PDF | Cheiloscopy, deals with the identification of Humans based on Lip traces, is based on the fact that the pattern of lines on the red part of.

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Luminous lip prints as criminal evidence. A convenience sample of 90 patients, in the age group of 18—25 years, from the outpatient Department of Orthodontics was cheilosfopy in our study. This study shows that lip prints can be employed for sagittal jaw relation recognition. The lip prints were recorded by applying lipstick evenly on lips; print obtained on thin bond paper and on plain glass. Suzuki and Tsuchihashi classification of lip prints pictorial representation.

Topographic subdivision of lips into six quadrants for lip print analysis Click here to view. Analysis of characteristics of lip prints of two-generations of five families group 3 was carried out.

Lip prints cheiloscopy Cheilooscopy J Dent Res. InFischer described the system of furrows on the red part of human lips [ 3 ]. Gender determination using cheiloscopy in pediatric population. Indian J Comprehensive Cheikoscopy Care ;1: However, we could not find any studies in this context among the Indian population. Discussion of the Obtained Results. We labelled a particular pattern on the basis of the numerical superiority of types of lines present that is vertical, intersected, branched or reticular.


Personal Identification using Cheiloscopy in South India

Lip prints — An aid in identification. Individual elements of vermilion zone patterns also contribute to the uniqueness of lip prints and thus help in individual identification.

Journal of Forensic Research. Introduction Forensic science refers to the areas of endeavor that can be used in a judicial setting and accepted by the court and the general scientific community to separate truth from untruth.

Cheiloscopy: An aid for personal identification

Modern tools in forensic dentistry. Gender variation in morphological patterns of lip prints among some North Indian populations.

Type iii pattern dominant: Every human being is distinct and discernible in that they exhibit their own pattern of characteristics. Besides, the procedure of lip print analysis is very simple and inexpensive.

Cheiloscopy: An aid for personal identification

Previous studies have proved that lip prints were unique permanent records of human being analogous to finger prints, hence cheilscopy classification for a particular individual can be a source of antemortem record in future for a correct identity. I would like to thank Dr. Lip print showing type I grooves in third and fourth quadrants medially.


Ajayprakash P, and Dr. Subjects with inflammation of lips, trauma, malformation, deformity, surgical scars, and active lesions of the lips were excluded. Because of numerically superiority of properties of the lines in the middle part of lower lip 10 mm widethis fragment was selected for the study area. The lips of the individuals cheiloscopj cleaned and red colored lipstick was applied on the lower lips with an applicator.

Reticulate grooves Type 5: Patient was asked to rub upper and lower lip. Personal identification is necessary for unknown deceased person in homicide, suicide, accident, mass disaster, etc. To find a correlation between sagittal skeletal jaw relation and lip prints.

Identification of humans is a prerequisite for personal social and legal reasons [ 6 ]. Comparison of three groups with cheiloscoph to wits values.

Lip prints of all children within the five two-generation families possessed the same characteristics of the parents with the exception of two children. Fisher was the first to describe it in Similar studies with a larger sample size with different ethnic groups are necessary for comparing lip prints and malocclusion.

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