Thamer Al-Anezi

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PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of orthognathic surgical correction of facial asymmetry and maxillary hypoplasia on the magnitude and pattern of facial expressions. PATIENTS AND METHODS This study was carried out on 2 cohorts of patients: in group 1, 10 patients had surgical correction of facial asymmetry; in group 2, 13 patients(More)
The aim of this study was to validate the automatic tracking of facial landmarks in 3D image sequences. 32 subjects (16 males and 16 females) aged 18-35 years were recruited. 23 anthropometric landmarks were marked on the face of each subject with non-permanent ink using a 0.5mm pen. The subjects were asked to perform three facial animations (maximal smile,(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the reproducibility of three nonverbal facial expressions using a three-dimensional motion capture system. DESIGN Prospective, cross-sectional, controlled study. SETTING Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. PATIENTS AND PARTICIPANTS Thirty-two subjects, 16 males and 16 females. METHODS With(More)
This presentation will illustrate the recent innovations in 3D stereophotogrammetry to provide a useful technique for accurate recording of the face dysmorphology in children with cleft lip and palate and patients with facial deformities who have had orthognathic surgery. Using a custom developed software program facial landmarks were digitised on the(More)
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