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Frontal, lateral facial attractiveness strongly associated

August 15, 2017

Specific facial landmarks may impact discordance between frontal and lateral facial attractiveness, according to recent findings.

The current study included an analysis of paired frontal and lateral facial synthetic images of 240 white women. The age range of participants was 18 to 25 years, and their images underwent evaluation by a 600-member online focus group between Sept. 30, 2004 and Sept. 29, 2008. Evaluators were asked to rate the attractiveness of the women on a Likert scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being most attractive.

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Nefertiti lift associated with satisfactory outcomes for patients, investigators

August 4, 2017
The Nefertiti lift was associated with significant improvement in platysmal bands at rest and at tension, according to recent findings. Researchers that there is…
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Causal agents correlated with eyelid allergic dermatitis

July 28, 2017
A study investigating the causes of eyelid allergic dermatitis found a common correlation with glaucoma medications, topical cosmetics and skin care products. A short…
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Different sutures yielded similar cosmetic outcomes in facial surgery

July 26, 2017
Simple interrupted sutures and running subcuticular sutures resulted in similar cosmetic outcomes at 12 months, according to recent findings. The researchers compared…
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