about An asymmetrical face does not usually require any treatment or medical intervention. This is especially true if the asymmetry is due to genetics or aging. In many cases, asymmetrical features may even be a defining feature or make a face unique.

However, if a person is concerned with their appearance due to an asymmetrical face, there are some cosmetic procedures they can consider.

In-Clinic Treatments

If you have facial asymmetry and wish to address it, injectable treatments may be right for you. Botox® and fillers can improve the contours of your face without facial plastic surgery for a more balanced expression.

What Type of Asymmetry Can Be Fixed With Injectables?

Injectables are commonly used to improve the symmetry of the following features:

Cheeks - Injecting a dermal filler into the “deficient” cheek creates fullness and volume to improve balance and proportion between both cheeks.

Jawline - Dermal fillers can be used to sculpt and contour areas of the jaw that need more definition.

Lips - Dermal fillers may add fullness and volume to uneven lips.

Eyebrows - Botox® injections can improve the position and appearance of eyebrows that are not in line with one another. Botox® can be used to either lift the lower brow or lower the higher brow so they sit evenly across from each other. Depending on the desired look, Botox® injections may weaken the muscle pulling the lower brow down or the muscle pulling the higher brow up.

Breasts - The PRP Breast Lift can also be used to correct asymmetry in the cleavage that sometimes occurs after breast augmentation surgery.

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