Learning to evaluate facial profiles can be very helpful when treatment planning both esthetic and occlusal issues. Understanding the reference points is always the first step when making our assessments. The evaluation will consist of identifying each point and analyzing their relationships to each other. After identifying each area on the photograph with a small dot, draw a line from glabella to subnasale, then draw a second line from subnasale to pogonion. The two lines will meet at subnasale and form an angle.
Evaluating Facial Esthetics: Facial Profile
Facial Analysis - Profile Medical Cosmetics
An aesthetically pleasing and balanced face is one of the objectives of orthodontic treatment. An understanding of the soft tissues and their normal ranges enables a treatment plan to be formulated to normalize the facial traits for a given individual. The aim of this study was to evaluate the variables defining the soft tissue facial profile of a Croatian Caucasian sample, by means of angular measurements typically used for aesthetic treatment goals. Additionally, gender differences were tested. The soft tissue facial profiles of dental students 52 males and 58 females between 23 and 28 years of age at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, with a dental Class I occlusal relationship and harmonious soft tissue profile were studied by means of standardized photographs taken in the natural head position NHP.
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Photogrammetric Analysis of Soft Tissue Facial Profile in Turkish Rhinoplasty Population
The face is the most important feature which is visible on first sight for a human being. Soft tissue of the face together with the underlying dentoskeletal tissues defines the facial traits of a person. The perception of an attractive face is largely subjective with ethnicity, age, gender, culture, and personality influencing average facial traits.
Background: The evaluation of the soft tissue facial profile is essential to achieve facial harmony in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning. Objectives: This study aimed to develop soft tissue angular photogrammetric norms for a sample of Iranian population. Patients and Methods: Standardized profile photographic records were taken from 34 men and 37 women.