3D Soft Tissue Analysis – Part 1: Sagittal Parameters

  title={3D Soft Tissue Analysis – Part 1: Sagittal Parameters},
  author={Dr. Janka Kochel and Philipp Meyer-Marcotty and Friederike Strnad and Michael Kochel and Angelika Stellzig-Eisenhauer},
  journal={Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics / Fortschritte der Kieferorthop{\"a}die},
The aim of this study was to develop a reliable threedimensional (3D) analysis of facial soft tissues. We determined the mean sagittal 3D values and relationships between sagittal skeletal parameters, and digitally recorded 3D soft tissue parameters. A total of 100 adult patients (nª = 53, nº = 47) of Caucasian ethnic origin were included in this study. Patients with syndromes, cleft lip and palate, noticeable asymmetry or anomalies in the number of teeth were excluded. Arithmetic means for… CONTINUE READING


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