Made of surgical-grade German stainless steel, our Bertillon Cephalometer features adjustable sliding arms and measuring scales to facilitate accurate and repeatable measurements of various facial dimensions. Developed in the late 19th century by Alphonse Bertillon, this instrument continues to be used in a variety of fields. It is used in craniofacial surgery and orthodontics for tasks such as pre-surgical planning and treatment monitoring. In forensic science, it is utilized for facial identification and analysis and anthropometry, the systematic measurement of the human body. The instrument can also be employed in anthropology and archaeology for skeletal analysis and comparative studies.