Soft- and hard-tissue facial anthropometry in three dimensions: what's new.

  title={Soft- and hard-tissue facial anthropometry in three dimensions: what's new.},
  author={Chiarella Sforza and M{\'a}rcio de Menezes and Virgilio Ferruccio Ferrario},
  journal={Journal of anthropological sciences = Rivista di antropologia : JASS},
In the last few years, technology has provided new instruments for the three-dimensional analysis of human facial morphology. Currently, quantitative assessments of dimensions, spatial positions and relative proportions of distinctive facial features can be obtained for both soft- and hard- (skeletal and dental) tissues. New mathematical tools allow to fuse digital data obtained from various image analyzers, thus providing quantitative information for anatomical and nthropometric descriptions… CONTINUE READING

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