Dr. Chris Rynn discusses the steps involved in reconstructing a face from a skull. Facial reconstruction is the last resort for identifying a dead person, only used when all other investigative leads dry up. Reconstruction involves adding virtual tissue, muscles, and facial features to create a rough image of the deceased.
Forensic Science: Facial Reconstruction
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