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Pretty much any cut or burn that goes deeper than the outer layer of the skin can affect the fingerprint pattern in a permanent way. But even with permanent scarring, the new scar becomes a unique aspect of that person's fingerprint.
Fingerprint mutilation is nearly as old as the practice of fingerprint identification. People use many different methods to try to remove fingerprints. Cutting or sanding them off or burning them with cigarettes or acid is common.
However, in most cases, because of the engrained imprinting in the deeper skin layers, once exposure to the abrasive, caustic or hot conditions cease, the fingerprints will grow back.
Please note that removing fingerprints won't do a criminal a terrible amount of good, because relatively few people have their fingerprints removed, so searches actually become easier. There still remain irregularities that they can look at once they've booked you. Of current interest are palm prints.
Using a heat or chemical source to burn the fingertip, the burn method is intended to scar or obliterate the print. If the affected area is small, fingerprint examiners can use other areas of the fingers that contain sufficient prints to attempt to establish identity.
Anyway, no, your fingerprints wear down through just normal day-to-day use. Or the absence of fingerprints can be caused by trauma or burns or skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, or something called scleroderma.
Police Point to Drastic Measures Taken by Crooks Wertheim said that the ways criminals alter their fingerprints ranges from the low tech rubbing the skin, burning fingertips on a stove, dousing fingers in acid, and self-mutilation using razors to high tech surgery.
Most criminals would attempt to remove their prints by using caustic substances such as acid. Skin grafts, where other pieces of skin from the body (sometimes the foot or chest) would be removed and grafter over the finger prints. Some would simply burn their prints with cigarettes or on stove tops.
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