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Cosmetic Surgery Ground Rule: The Equation of Beauty

Do you believe that everything in the world is governed by numbers, over time, great structures and even beauty? While many say that beauty is in the eyes of the viewer or that it is relative beauty, many will also claim that beauty can be defined by simple measurements.

Some may raise their eyebrows at the idea that beauty is defined by centimeters. It's not the most flattering way to describe something to look at. But in the European renaissance period where art dominated culture, numerical measurement helped artists map a person's face to perfect their work. So, you see the face is what they consider to be real beauty.

I think this is where cosmetic surgery came from. The desire to have the perfect nose with the connection to the chin, the right flowing lips or the potential cheek to the right part of the face is everyone's dream.

Dr. Kendra Schmid, an assistant professor in biostatics, developed a way to determine the right size of face that would guarantee perfect beauty. To determine the sexual appeal of each person he used the gold rule and 29 other measures. They say that this size specifies a pretty face on average. And there is one word that best describes it, and that is symmetry.

Dr Schmid says that the ratio of gold to gold shows that the ratio of length to face width is 1.6. This means that in order to be "beautiful", the face must be 1 ½ longer than its width. This makes it a good part that ensures the face is symmetrical.

Another way to call the golden ratio is the divine proportions. Even the great Leonardo da Vinci illustrates this in his Man in a circular work. You see, even science can prove that our bodies are naturally symmetrical. For example the length of each finger is 1.618 from the previous finger or the belly button to the bottom of the foot is also 1.618, and more.

Another way in which Dr. Schmid determines symmetry or beauty is by measuring three segments of the face. The first is from the hairline on the forehead to the area between the eyes, the second is the area between the eyes to the bottom of the nose, and finally from the bottom of the nose to the bottom of the chin. If all three areas are the same, then the face can be considered beautiful. Therefore, in plastic surgery, if a surgeon is able to give a facial by successfully shaping the nose or punching the chin then we can say that he can understand the aesthetics well.

Then in the end, to determine the right beauty equation, the length of the ear should be equal to the length of the nose and the width of the eye should be equal to the distance between the two eyes. When all these areas fall into the right area, that's when the face can be considered perfect. Therefore, when cosmetic surgeons lift the face too much, this can affect the balance and attractiveness of the face.

So if you really want to improve yourself with cosmetic surgery by improving rather than overdoing the procedure, be sure to find the right and best cosmetic surgeon who can do it. Face and body symmetry make one more attractive to the opposite sex, and to your mind, this is true across cultures. So be careful when choosing your surgeon if you want to achieve, recover or maintain that symmetry and beauty.


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