3-d Facial Reconstruction
Identity of an unknown person usually derived from skeletal remains. This process is used when all traditional means of identifying the remains have been done. The reconstruction is done from a clean skull, if the skull still has tissue attached to it the skull will need to be cleaned in order to start the process of reconstruction.Unfortunately the reality is all too real of the fact that there are many, many unidentified remains. If they are unidentified and then the crime goes unsolved. I have seen this tool used with unbelievable results, even remains that have left been unidentified for 10 or even 20 years have had success in giving back the identity to that person, giving closure to families and solving crimes. This forensic tool is invaluable and the results speak for themselves.