Forensic dentistry, a captivating subdivision of forensic science, applies dental expertise to establish the identity of deceased individuals through ante- and post-mortem records comparison. Since AD 66, dental identification has been pivotal in acknowledging the deceased. Forensic odontology, underpinning justice, involves meticulous handling and analysis of dental evidence, as well as its interpretation and presentation. In certain cases, forensic odontologists assist legal authorities by evaluating dental evidence, utilizing their knowledge of orofacial structures and the impact of dental procedures. This includes scrutinizing bite marks and dental features, such as comparing unidentified remains with antemortem dental records for conclusive identification.