How is a facial asymmetry surgery performed? Inpatient?

Inpatient. Facial asymmetry may be caused by malocclusion yielding functional shift and/or from differential in size of bones when comparing one side to the other. Resolution often requires the services of both an Orthodontist and an Oral Surgeon. Ask your Dentist to help you find the most qualified specialists in your area.
Facial asymmetry. Facial asymmetry means unbalanced or asymmetrical face, in particular, the facial bone. In fact, every person has any degree of facial asymmetry. But when the degree is significantly severe, it is diagnosed as asymmetric face. When the center of the lower jaw is apart from the center line of the face more than 3mm, surgical treatment is needed. Inpatient surgery is needed.