We all recognise beauty in an instant and an increasing number of people of all age groups have the desire to optimise their attractiveness. University studies show that it takes about a hundredth of a second to assess the attractiveness of a face.
Physical attractiveness can have a signifi cant effect on how people are judged, in terms of employment or social opportunities, reliability, good performance and successfulness.
The Klinik Professor Sailer has an international reputation for aesthetic and reconstructive facial surgery. Professor Hermann F. Sailer, Dr. med., Dr. med. dent., Dr.med. h.c.mult, Dr. sc. hc., FDSRCS (Engl.), FRCS (Edinb.), the founder of the clinic, has received all awards and honours which a surgical clinician and scientist can receive for his outstanding contributions in the fi eld of facial surgery.
When demanding people consider the work of Professor Sailer to be the only possible option for them worth discussing, there has to be more to it than just “normal” aesthetic surgery. The objective is to eliminate signs of aging and facial disharmonies by redesigning the face from the inside and giving back the face its youthful volume. This also means simultaneous elimination of breathing problems like snoring and sleep apnoea.
Klinik Professor Sailer not only provides effective treatments for elimination of snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea but also new treatment techniques for implant-related jaw and dental problems and correction of unattractive facial features following treatment with braces.
Visual attractiveness of a face depends on the growth pattern and we can distinguish between three different facial physiognomies:
1 ) The backward receded face (small chin and mandible, usually prominent nose accompanied by respiratory problems like snoring and dangerous sleeping disorders).
2 ) The average face where the lower half of the face has grown more forward.
3 ) The anteface, where the growth of the lower half of the face is even more pronounced. The anteface is the ideal of beauty of our times and corresponds absolutely to the physiognomy of the ancient Egyptian queen Nofretete. Most famous actors belong to this category. The same is true for all beauty queens and the most famous models. Attractiveness is an important part of our personality. People with an attractive face have unexpected chances in their professional development as well as in social and private relations. Professor Sailer knows how to give attractiveness to any face irrespective of the age of a man or woman.
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