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Inferior Border Jaw Shave in Facial Asymmetry

  Facial asymmetry is not all that uncommon and can occur for a variety of reasons and in different degrees of expression. But the most common reason for facial asymmetry is developmental that becomes apparent as facial growth completes by late teenage years. In the majority of developmental facial asymmetry cases, the abnormal side is Read More…

Custom Orbitozygomatic Implant in Facial Asymmetry

  Facial asymmetry is common and it is often said that everyone has some degree of it. While this is true, more significant facial asymmetries are not common and are a source of frequent patient self-esteem issues. In significant facial asymmetries the entire face is affected from the brow down to the jawline. The affected Read More…

Case Study: Jaw Angle Augmentation in Facial Asymmetry Correction

  Background: Facial asymmetry can occur from a wide variety of bone and soft tissue deficiencies or even, more uncommonly, overgrowths. (hypertrophy) One of the most common components of facial asymmetry occurs in the jawline of the lower face. Growth abnormalities emanate from the rami of the mandible, the meeting point of the vertical and Read More…

The Concepts of Facial Asymmetry Surgery (FAS)

  Facial attractiveness is highly influenced by the symmetry of its composite parts. It is well known and studied from the scientific analysis of beauty that the more two facial halfs (one half and its mirror image) are, the more attractive one is perceived to be. This is true whether it is of the male Read More…

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