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Impact des paramètres verticaux sur la perception de l'esthétique faciale : revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Nowadays, facial aesthetic is a major concern in our society, as in orthodontic thinking. Vertical dimension impacts facial harmony and beauty, in respecting proportions and measurements, particularly the balance between the facial thirds height. A systematic review was conducted to highlight vertical factors which impact aesthetic perception, and to determine the most importants. The 14 articles selected underlines the importance of : - general facial vertical dimension, where normal faces proportions were prefered, or slight trend to hypodivergence, - chin height, - relationships between the differents vertical components of the face lower part. Vertical dimension appears to be as important as sagittal dimension in appreciation of facial attractiveness. Extreme deviations from ideal norms lead to an increased need for orthognathic surgery.
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Aurore Marty. Impact des paramètres verticaux sur la perception de l'esthétique faciale : revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03047941⟩

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