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what is the definition or description of: asymmetric face?

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Dr. Louis Gallia
45 years experience Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Asymmetric face: One side of the face is different than the other side.
Answered on Oct 8, 2016
Dr. Larry Nichter
36 years experience Cosmetic Surgery
Asymmetric Face: Simply put whether minor or major there is some degree of difference between one side of the face (body for that matter) and the other side.
Answered on Jun 9, 2017
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Asymmetric face: Asymmetric face is when one side of face is different form other .This can occur due to stroke or fascial nerve paralysis.
Answered on Feb 20, 2017

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