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Bratislava Medical Journal Vol.118, No.7, p.431-436, 2017

Title: Human race as indicator of 3D planning of soft tissue of face and multidisciplinary approach
Author: A. Nadazdyova, M. Samohyl, E. Stefankova, S. Pintesova, P. Stanko

Abstract: OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to determine the optimal parameters for 3D soft tissue planning for ortognatic treatment by gender and increases the effectiveness of multidisciplinary cooperation.
METHODS: Craniofacial parameters which were analysed: nose breadth (al-al), bi-entocanthion breadth (en-en), bi-zygomatic breadth (zy-zy), bi-gonial breadth (go-go), total facial height (n-gn), mouth breadth (ch-ch), morphologic face height (sn-gn), upper-lip height (Ls-Stm), lower-lip height (Stm-Li) and pupils – mid-face (right). The statistically significant level was determined at p values < 0.05.
RESULTS: We have determined the optimal parameters of chosen proportions for men and women as the common goal for ortodontist and maxilofacial surgeon. The gender and age influenced the variability of following parameters: bi-gonial breadth, total facial height and morphologic face height.
CONCLUSION: The soft tissue values for craniofacial parameters can be used to identify the surgical-orthodontic goal for patient – europoid race. Due to the immigration and the mix of races it is necessary to take this fact into account (Tab. 3, Fig. 1, Ref. 41).

Keywords: multidisciplinary work, soft tissue, orthodontic, surgery, three-dimensional scan, face aesthetic, human races
Published online: 24-Jul-2017
Year: 2017, Volume: 118, Issue: 7 Page From: 431, Page To: 436
doi:10.4149/BLL_2017_084


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