Facial Feature Analysis (HFA) is used to increase the accuracy of analysis. Facial features have been classified to aid in choosing the type of treatment appropriate for each individual patient. In order to do this analysis, I take pictures of each patient or ask distant patients to get help in taking their own digital photographs.
Facial analysis offers objective confirmation of remedies found through classical methods of choosing remedies.
The illustrations to the right are facial features of three contrasting foreheads are used to analyze facial features. Each face can be differentiated by the the ratio of facial features belonging to one of three types. These three types are based on traditional analysis of reactions to disease and stress.
Facial features are rated individually. They are valuable because they provide objective information about the characteristics present at birth. Impressionistic notions of facial types do not help categorizing faces. Facial feature analysis does not change with factors such as emotional expression of the face, gender, race or age. (See Soul and Survival by Grant Bentley http://www.vcch.org/. This book is written for the general public, but it is helpful for the practitioner in understanding the philosophy behind the method.)