Asian alar anatomy has great distinction from Caucasian, processing conspicuous alar movement and damaging alar aesthetic dynamically. This novel study defined alar mobility by three-dimensional anthropometric analysis, providing objective references for alar dynamic aesthetic and arousing plastic surgeons’ attention on keeping balance of static and dynamic aesthetic in rhinoplasty.
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The proposed method was evaluated on the analysis of 3D facial shape and patient characteristics (N=5011). Experiments showed that this conceptually simple method achieved state-of-the-art fair prediction performance and interpretability, showing its great potential for clinical applications.
Soft tissue asymmetry is predominately presented in the lower-third of the face in skeletal Class III patients and with various variations on other facial anatomical regions. Morphometric techniques and computer intensive analysis have allowed sophisticated quantification and visualization of the pointwise asymmetry on the full face.
With more than 20 years of acknowledgment in peer-reviewed investigative research publications, 3dMD has become the near-ground-truth 3D dense-surface shape information benchmark for human subject input applications demanding image precision and workflow efficiency. Here are a few of these Applications…