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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Various cephalometric reference points and lines used in this study. The horizontal soft-tissue measurements; (1) Anterior nose depth. (2) Soft-tissue thickness at point A. (3) Soft-tissue thickness at labrale superius. (4) Soft-tissue thickness at labrale inferius. (5) Soft-tissue thickness at point B. (6) Soft-tissue thickness at pogonion. (7) Upper lip to E-line. (8) Lower lip to E-line. The vertical soft-tissue measurements; (1) Upper facial height. (2) Upper lip height. (3) Lower lip height. (4) Chin height. (5) Lower facial height. (6) Skeletal lower anterior facial height

Figure 1: Various cephalometric reference points and lines used in this study. The horizontal soft-tissue measurements; (1) Anterior nose depth. (2) Soft-tissue thickness at point A. (3) Soft-tissue thickness at labrale superius. (4) Soft-tissue thickness at labrale inferius. (5) Soft-tissue thickness at point B. (6) Soft-tissue thickness at pogonion. (7) Upper lip to E-line. (8) Lower lip to E-line. The vertical soft-tissue measurements; (1) Upper facial height. (2) Upper lip height. (3) Lower lip height. (4) Chin height. (5) Lower facial height. (6) Skeletal lower anterior facial height