Tertiary Aesthetics Report


A detailed, 16-page assessment of your face that takes into account proportions with a greater range of measurements and more sophisticated recommendations, feature by feature.

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A closer, fine-combed look at your cosmetic concerns and their relation to your overall attractiveness.

Cephalometric Variability

This considers how your measured cephalometric values (facial measurements) compare to people of your race or ethnicity to find large deviances. This report tier takes a total of 32 measurements of the front and sides of the face.

Side Profile Morph

Using the measured cephalometric values, a morph is produced in Adobe Photoshop to illustrate what a ‘corrected’ version of your face could look like following the established scientific averages. The most deviant values and their significance are explained with in detail.

Periocular Assessment

This concerns the eyes and its surrounding region. As the eyes are one of the first things people look at, it deserves an in-depth analysis, combining many research guidelines on the ideal canthal tilt, eyelid exposure and shape, while also evaluating any potential cosmetic or dentofacial flaws.

Facial Symmetry

Facial symmetry is one of the four main tenants of an attractive face. This section uses a midline flip morph to produce two halves of the face and compares them against each other to better evaluate flaws.

Transverse Proportions

Much like facial symmetry, transverse proportions considers the spatial distribution of key facial features such as the nose, eyes and ears to identify asymmetry and other aspects that may masculinize or feminize the midface.

Jaw Profile

The front and side aspects of the jaw are considered in great detail, using a combination of research guidelines, modern beauty trends and experience in the field to recommend changes to the jaw if needed. Our in-house orthodontics team also evaluates surface level dentofacial malocclusions and can point the client towards further X-rays and dental consultation if needed.

Malar Assessment

The cheekbones are a crucial part of the ‘model’ look and so by popular demand, this facial feature deserves its own in-depth section using research guidelines and modern beauty trends to evaluate how the cheekbones disrupt the facial contour and if surgical intervention is needed to improve their appeal.

Lip Assessment

Lip aesthetics are crucial to both men and women and are emphasised here as they are the gateway to uncovering underlying dentofacial flaws. Oftentimes, an issue with the lip shape or protrusion is a very significant indicator of misalignment or dental malocclusion.

Final Recommendations

The most important part of the report, this section includes detailed advice on how you can achieve your aesthetic goals with experienced evaluations on the cost-benefit of potential surgical and non-surgical solutions.


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