Facial soft tissue thickness in individuals with different occlusion patterns in adult Turkish subjects.

@article{Kurkcuolu2011FacialST,
  title={Facial soft tissue thickness in individuals with different occlusion patterns in adult Turkish subjects.},
  author={Ayla Kurkcuoğlu and Can Pelin and Barış Ozener and Ragiba Zağyapan and Zahira Şahinoğlu and Ayse Canan Yazici},
  journal={Homo : internationale Zeitschrift fur die vergleichende Forschung am Menschen},
  year={2011},
  volume={62 4},
  pages={
          288-97
        }
}
Knowledge of variation in facial soft tissue thickness is important for forensic anthropologists, dentists, and plastic surgeons. Forensic anthropologists use such information as a guide in facial reconstruction and superimposition methods. The purpose of this study was to measure facial tissue thicknesses of adult males and females of Turkish origin across different types of occlusion, and to compare the results with each other and with values obtained for other populations. The study was… CONTINUE READING

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