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Analytical Approach of Different Optical Spectroscopic Techniques to Detect Elemental Profile of Human Teeth Dentine: A Critical Review


Saifullah Jamali, Muhammad Aslam Khoso, Irfan Ali Sanjrani, Tariq Ali Siyal, Muhammad Ashraf, Mansoor Ahmed Memon, Ghulam Murtaza, Zahid Hussain Arain, Zaheer Ahmed Ujjan, Muhammad Niaz Laghari, Nek Muhammad Shaikh, Waseem Ahmed Bhutto, Abdul Majid Soom


Vol. 22  No. 3  pp. 622-628


Numerous articles on the examination of heavy metals in human teeth have been published in recent years. In today's toxicology area, heavy metal poisoning is a widespread issue. It has been discovered that long-term exposure to heavy metals typically present in traces, in our everyday meals, drinking water, and in the environment as pollution causes heavy metal poisoning in people. Industrial effluents, coal and oil, as well as a variety of consumer items, such as cosmetics, can all cause this type of exposure. Teeth, which are often thought of as exoskeleton parts, store heavy metals with a high affinity and represent long-term exposure information. Instead, then examining the entire tooth, just chosen sections of dentine are examined. We have combined the work done on the examination of heavy metals in human teeth using several instrumental approaches in the current study.


Pollution; Lead; Toxic metals; Heavy metals;