Researchers identify 7 parameters to assess dentofacial aesthetics

June 5, 2012 by AACD Executive Office
A team of German researchers has identified seven quantifiable parameters that can be used for the assessment of dentofacial aesthetics, according to a recent article in Dr.Bicuspid.

Through their review, the authors identified seven parameters that are sufficiently and reasonably quantifiable: the smile line, lip line, incisal offset, location of dental and facial midline, incisor angulations and width-to-height ratios of the maxillary anterior teeth, gingival contour, and root coverage and papilla height.

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