In the absence of clear guidelines for facial aesthetic surgery, most surgeons rely on expert intuitive judgement when planning aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. However, there are conflicting opinions as to whether it can be used to assess facial attractiveness. The aim of this investigation was to assess facial ratios of professional black models and to compare the ratios with the golden proportion. Forty photographs of male and female professional black models were collected. A total of responses were analysed for grading behaviour according to various demographic factors by two groups of observers.
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Ideals of Facial Beauty
Photometric study of divine proportion and its correlation with facial attractiveness
Cutis September focus on atopic dermatitis issue now available. Facial aesthetic procedures are central to cosmetic dermatology. Success depends not only on improving individual structures but also on establishing facial harmony. Several canons of aesthetic dimensions have been described, and these concepts can provide a useful basis for procedural planning.
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Evaluating Facial Esthetics: Vertical Proportion
Objective: In recent years, the golden proportions have been evaluated by various researchers in the general population and orthodontic patients to establish their correlation with facial attractiveness and esthetics, but with conflicting results. The present study aimed to analyze the frontal facial golden proportions for three groups of young adult females, an attractive group, and two malocclusion groups. Our null hypothesis stated that the golden proportions of attractive females were analogous with or closer to the golden number than those with an established malocclusion. Materials and Methods: Frontal facial photographs of 80 female dental students were scored for facial attractiveness by 10 dental specialists.
This series of articles will address how I assess a patient's face to determine if the patient may benefit from orthodontic or orthognathic intervention to achieve a better final result. An orthodontist typically does this on a cephalometric radiograph, but we can get a reasonable evaluation from a facial photograph. The lower third of the face is impacted significantly by several factors, some dental, others skeletal.