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Remedies For Asymmetrical Face
Hi, I have an asymmetrical face. May left lower jaw is bigger than my right and my nose got crooked. What's the best remedy without doing surgery. T?
Difficult: It seems that what you are describing may require surgical repair. A full consultation would be best.See 1 more doctor answer
Good question: All faces have a small degree of asymmetry. Treatments for more obvious asymmetry are targeted at the cause: unequal muscle tone is usually treated with botox; whereas, bone structure deficiencies can be treated by adding volume with fillers, implants or reconstructive surgery. Significant developmental asymmetry affecting the whole skull should be evaluated by a specialized craniofacial surgeon.
My friend have asymmetric face. He is worried coz as he getting older his face getting more asymmetric. Please suggest somthing.
CT scan: Facial asymmetry may be caused by trauma, congenital predisposition or tumors/cysts/neoplasia. See an otolaryngologist or plastic surgeon. CT facial bones generally recommended.
See below: Virtualy everyone has an assymetric face (and body). If this assymetry is of the quality that you desire repair, surgery is the modality of choice in most cases.
About what?: The crowding of twins in the womb often result in some initial distortions in their newborn appearance that disappear with time after they are out of the confined space of the womb. Unless you are skilled in recognizing this, and understand it, your input is more likely to be seen as cruel and judgmental.See 1 more doctor answer
Can be: It is the exception to have absolute symmetry. However, aesthetic physicians can sculpt the face with a number of different techniques, from botulinum toxin to fillers and everything in between.
I have asymmetrical face. The right side of my face is more elevated and smaller than the left. Obvious in mirror and pictures. Wat will I do? Heeelp!
It this a: New problem? Is it obvious to others. What I am wondering is if u are overplaying a small variation, there is a type of paralysis called bells palsey or if you have a true malformation. If it is an issue a plastic surgeon, one who does facial reconstruction, would be most helpful. Then again u may need a diagnosis. Have u ever had one?See 1 more doctor answer
Asymmetrical face due to larger right cheek (I sleep on my right) Buccal fat also larger on my right cheek. What can be the cause? Any solutions? Thanks
Asymmetric face: Everyone has facial asymmetries, however, if it is a new development, you should have your face evaluated. If the issue is strictly cosmetic, there are several options to help you improve your appearance.See 1 more doctor answer
Do I have torticollis, I think I am missing my right SCM. I think this has caused a very asymmetrical face. How can this be treated.?
Neck Muscles Rx: First you need a diagnosis. If it is simply a matter of weak muscle, that can be made much stronger. First check your posture - use a mirror. Try the simple neck exercises at www. Grossaninstitute. Com If your torticollis persists, this is treatable.
I have asymmetrical face, the type that make me feel insecure to smile and to take pictures. What are the possible treatments from low to highest price?
Cosmetic issue: No one can tell you an answer to that question because the only way to determine what needs to be done is to meet with a facial plastic surgeon to evaluate you.See 3 more doctor answers
Can braces to fix a posterior crossbite potentially make your jaw alignment look worse/more asymmetrical face?
Rhinoplasty before jaw surgery? I'm 23 and I want to get jaw surgery for my TMJ and asymmetrical face, but want to wait until I'm 25+ to get it. I'm planning to get rhinoplasty in a couple of weeks, but many have said to get your jaw surgery done first.
As: As dr fleming stated, you would be better off having any surgery to your upper and lower jaws first, then the rhinoplasty. Are you sure you need jaw surgery? Have you consulted with an oral surgeon? An orthodontist? It appears you may need a team to work with you to get things just right. Consult with them first. Hope this info helps.See 6 more doctor answers
Does plagiocephaly often correct itself? Or does my 2 1/2 yr. Old son need treatment? His head is very asymmetrical.
Treatment: See your doctor about the treatment that is best for your son. One treatment option used in younger infants is a soft helmet that is put on the child's head to help correct the asymmetry. Unfortunately, by 2.5 years the helmet is less likely to be beneficial. There are options, however, that can be discussed with your doctor or a plastic surgeon for a 2nd opinion.See 1 more doctor answer
Many options: Depending on what skeletal and genetic features make each face look "flat", will help to determine the necessary surgical intervention. Options ranging from cosmetic implants to skeletal repositioning surgery can be utilized to correct a "flat face". Consult a local oral and maxillofacial surgeon or plastic surgeon in your area.See 1 more doctor answer
A sunburn?: If "sun touched" means a sunburn, it will fade over time. Hydrocortisone cream (HC 1% cream) is over-the-counter, and helps when used 2-3 times a day for 4-5 days on new mild sunburns. If the skin is blistered, cracked up, or oozing, one should see a primary doctor or a dermatologist. Hydrocortisone cream is ok to use on sunburned lips, and Aquaphor or plain Vaseline can be used on the lips too.
Not much: If no other sx-ice frequently and patience. They will go away.