For much of the 20th century, orthodontists have equated mensuration with science; however, measurement is valuable only if one is measuring the right thing. Thus, measuring cephalograms to evaluate dentofacial esthetics is simply not valid. Hopefully, in the 21st century, biometric tools would be used to evaluate the hard and soft tissue factors that are responsible for beautiful smiles and attractive faces. Each patient should be diagnosed and treated individually with a tailored orthodontic and surgical treatment plan. This book gives an insight into diagnosis, treatment planning and patient management aspects of Surgical Orthodontics.