Publications

Publications from Dental Age Research London Information Group (DARLInG)

Jayaraman J, Mallineni SK. Does hypodontia of primary canines result in delayed dental development? European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry. 2017; Sep 8. doi: 10.1007/s40368-017-0303-y.

Bunyarit SS, Jayaraman J, Nambiar P, Naidu MK, Poh R. A modified method of dental age estimation of Malay juveniles. Legal Medicine. 2017; 28: 45-53.

Roberts GJ, Lucas VS, McDonald F, Camilleri S, Jayaraman J, Davies D, Moze K. In our opinion (Age Estimation). British Dental Journal. 2017; 222: 918-921.

Wong HM, Wen YF, Jayaraman J, Li J, Sun L, King NM, Roberts GJ. Northern Chinese dental ages estimated from southern Chinese reference datasets closely correlate with chronological age. Heliyon. 2016; 2: e00216.

Jayaraman J, Roberts GJ. Demirjian’s method is unsuitable for dental age estimation. Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology. 2016; 12: 532-533.

Jayaraman J, Wong HM, King NM, Roberts GJ. Development of a Reference Data Set (RDS) for dental age estimation (DAE) and testing of this with a separate Validation Set (VS) in a southern Chinese population. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 2016; 43: 26-33.

Jayaraman J, Roberts GJ, King NM, Wong HM, McDonald F. Ages of legal importance: implications in relation to birth registration and age assessment practices. Medicine, Science, and the Law Journal. 2016; 56: 77-82.

Jayaraman J, Roberts GJ, Mupparapu M, King NM, Marsden PH, McDonald F, Lucas VS, Singer SR, Wong HM. Estimation of age using dental radiographs is a justifiable procedure. Indian Dental Association Times. 2016; Feb: 16–18.

Jayaraman J. Dental Age Assessment: an ethical solution for age dispute problems in India. Journal of Indian Dental Association. 2013; 4: 8-10.

Jayaraman J, Wong HM, King NM, Roberts GJ. The French Canadian dataset of Demirjian for dental age estimation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 2013; 20: 373-381.

Jayaraman J, Wong HM, King NM, Roberts GJ. Secular trends in the maturation of permanent teeth in 5 to 6 years old children. American Journal of Human Biology 2013; 25: 329-334.

Jayaraman J, Wong HM, King NM, Roberts GJ. The French Canadian dataset of Demirjian for dental age estimation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2013; 20: 373-381.

Ekta P, Muthu MS, Jayaraman J. Development and Validation of Questionnaire Evaluating Dentists’ Knowledge, Attitude and Practices in Dental Age Assessment. International Dental Journal 2012; 62: s1: 26 (conf abstract).

Chudasama PN, Roberts GJ, Lucas VS. Dental age assessment (DAA): a study of a Caucasian population at the 13 year threshold. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2012; 19: 22-28.

Jayaraman J, Roberts GJ, King NM, Wong HM. Dental age assessment of southern Chinese using the United Kingdom Caucasian reference dataset. Forensic Science International 2012; 216: 68-72.

Boonpitaksathit T, Hunt N, Roberts GJ, Petrie A, Lucas VS. Dental age assessment of adolescents and emerging adults in United Kingdom Caucasians using censored data for stage H of third molar roots. European Journal of Orthodontics 2011; 33: 503-508.

Yadava M, Roberts GJ, Lucas VS. Dental age assessment (DAA): reference data for British children at the 10-year-old threshold. International Journal of Legal Medicine 2011; 125: 651-657.

Jayaraman J, King NM, Roberts GJ, Wong HM. Dental age assessment: are Demirjian’s standards appropriate for southern Chinese children? Journal of Forensic Odontostomatology 2011; 29: 22-28.

Mitchell JC, Roberts GJ, Donaldson AN, Lucas VS. Dental age assessment (DAA): reference data for British caucasians at the 16 year threshold. Forensic Science International 2009; 189: 19-23.

Roberts GJ, Lucas VS. Ethical dental age assessment. British Dental Journal 2009; 207: 251-254.

Peiris TS, Roberts GJ, Prabhu N. Dental Age Assessment: a comparison of 4- to 24-year-olds in the United Kingdom and an Australian population. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2009; 19: 367-376.