DNA Face Matching is a technique that allows experts to compare one person’s face to another and suggest a possibility of relationship. This is commonly done with a Father & Child, but with recent advancements, DNA Face Matching now available to Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Siblings and potential Cousins.

Our customers tell us DNA Face Matching is an awesome way to verify if the results you’ve received from an Ancestry DNA test are truly accurate. Cool right! Once you receive your ancestry test report from any company, including ours, perform a DNA Face Matching analysis. Its lots of fun and results are fast.

DNA Face Matching uses a similar theory as present day Facial Recognition Technology. Facial Recognition is generally completed in three steps: Detection, Faceprint Creation, and Verification or Identification.

A Faceprint is like a fingerprint record, a Faceprint is a set of characteristics and shapes that specifically identify one person’s particular face. Elements of a Faceprint include the remote locations of facial features like eyes, lips, eyebrows, nose shape etc. Someone with larger lips, high cheekbones and a larger nose will have a very different Faceprint from someone with smaller lips, lower cheekbones and a smaller nose. When we compare the pictures of 2 different individuals, we can provide a written break down of facial and hereditary characteristics that are similar and those that differ. There’s no way of predicting with 100% accuracy, but our clients find it comforting to have a skilled second opinion on their photos. That’s what we provide, and we do it well.

An algorithm known as Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity “EDFPC” is a biometric process that uses unique patterns to manually scan human faces. Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity scans the human face and then compares related facial traits to another person’s facial traits. This process allows experts to determine certain genetic traits inherited from an alleged family member. Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity assist in manually scanning the structure of the eyes, chin, forehead, jaw edge, the thickness of lips, width of mouth, dimples, eyebrow patterns, nose radius, ear shape, the structure of cheekbones, etc.

Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity uses a 60+ Point Facial Connectivity system to assist in determining the genetic relationship of an alleged family member. A mouth swab or blood DNA test is the only way to know at 99% whether or not 2 people are truly related. DNA Face Matching only offers a hypothesis or suggestion of possible relationship and is occasionally incorrect. Its lots of fun and offers same day results.

Start your facial scan today and save time and money in getting your DNA paternity questions answered!