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Perception of facial profile attractiveness in middle east population

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Haya Alkanhal, Sara Alsaggabi, Deema Alshammari, Soha Alasmari, Bandar Alabdulwahhab and Tasneem Alsubaih
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Background: Facial attractiveness plays an extremely important role in the human mating success and explains more variance in overall attractiveness than bodily attractiveness. Understanding patients perceptions of their dental appearance is an important aspect of patient management which may assist dentists in planning treatments that are acceptable to the patients leading to higher levels of patient satisfaction. Aims of this study to assess if certain facial features count differently in people’s opinion while assessing facial attractiveness in correlation with factors such as age, gender, culture and specific training in the Middle East. Material and Methods: An illustrated questionnaire was sent as a Google survey form to 547 in the dental field in the Middle East. For each of the questions sets of images consisted of multiple variations of deviations mixed with the original photo in a 5-item multiple choice. The software program was used in order to obtain the illustrated images was Adobe Photoshop CS4. The original image was picked from the Internet after specific measurements of symmetry and proportions on several photographs to have a highest possible score in aesthetic measurement the photographs done by Dr. Chris Solomon had been used in the questionnaire after his permission. Results: Percentage was used to Describe statistics to interpret the data gathered, using IBM SPSS 21. Analyzed the group of subjects observed that from 547 questioned persons, 346 (63.3%) were expert in aesthetic assessment (specialist related to aesthetic and senior students) and 201 (36.7%) were not- expert (specialist not related to aesthetic and junior students) and divided expert to 129 (35.5%) male, 217 (64.5%) female. Conclusions: The horizontal facial lines Slight deviations are more visible and should be considered more important than facial symmetry. The female expert concentrates on the lower third of the face while the male concentrates on the upper third of the face. Expert and non-expert In the Middle East prefer the teeth as the most attractive element in the face.

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