Influence of teeth on the smile and physical attractiveness. A new internet based assessing method

@article{Lopez2013InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of teeth on the smile and physical attractiveness. A new internet based assessing method},
  author={Yoann Lopez and J. Le Rouzic and Val{\'e}rie Bertaud and Matthieu P{\'e}rard and Justine Le Clerc and Jean Marie Vulcain},
  journal={Open Journal of Stomatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={52-57}
}
Objectives: Traditional methods for evaluating aesthetic perceptions of the teeth have involved panels of people observing photographs, and the person commenting on the appearance of the teeth generally is aware that his opinion of the dental appearance is being sought. The situation is artificial and may involve bias. We propose a novel method for evaluating the effect of dental imperfections on perceptions in which the participant is unaware of participating in a survey and in which his or… Expand

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