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How to Correct Facial Asymmetry

Do you have signs of facial asymmetry that you want to correct? Here’s how the customized face surgery at our Kelowna private hospital can help. 

Facial asymmetry can be present in almost any of your features including your nostrils, eyes, jawline, lips, and/or eyebrows. Some asymmetrical facial features are more noticeable than others, and some are easier to correct.

The benefits of correcting facial asymmetry include:

  • a more youthful and attractive appearance
  • better balanced facial muscles
  • better facial function
  • it may give you better social and professional success

Customised Face Surgery For The Beautiful Features You’ve Always Wanted

Working with a board-certified plastic surgeon to develop customized face surgery or Botox treatments can help safely and effectively correct any facial asymmetry you may have and create a more aesthetically pleasing and healthy appearance.

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How Can Facial Asymmetry Be Corrected?

If you are feeling self-conscious about your facial asymmetry and wish to correct it, there are several ways you can do this. The type of treatment your plastic surgeon recommends will depend on the cause and severity of the facial asymmetry.

Whatever the reason, there are several ways to restore an attractive balance to your features, such as:

  • Botox
  • Juvederm
  • fat Transfer
  • face Surgery (facelift)
  • soft-tissue adjustment
  • customised implants

During a consultation, your plastic surgeon will assess your aesthetic goals, medical condition, and degree of facial asymmetry, to determine which of these procedures is the best choice for you.

The aim of any of them is to improve the balance between your two facial halves, providing a more symmetric and harmonious appearance.

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Face Surgery Options For Facial Asymmetry

When facial asymmetry is severe and non-surgical treatments such as Botox and Juvederm are determined to be unsuitable, then your plastic surgeon may recommend face surgery. Under the care of a specialized cosmetic surgeon, facial asymmetry can be significantly improved upon and in some cases, fully corrected.

The aims of face surgery, in this case, are to:

  • Address the underlying tissue which may be causing the asymmetry,
  • normalise the surrounding tissue which may have been influenced or displaced by the asymmetry,
  • compensate for any symptoms of asymmetrical aging.

Due to the varied nature of asymmetries, the choice of operative technique requires an in-depth analysis and discussion during a consultation. Your plastic surgeon will outline the best face surgery options for how improvements can be achieved.

The types of face surgery they may recommend, include:

  • facelift
  • facial implants
  • chin and cheek augmentation
  • rhinoplasty
  • eyelid surgery
  • necklift
  • facial scar revision
  • brow lift

While many patients express a fear of getting an ‘artificial’ look from a lift procedure,  modern technology and a skilled plastic surgeon can achieve beautiful and natural looking results.

NOTE: Often, multiple procedures will need to be performed in conjunction with others to maximize your results and achieve greater facial symmetry. Depending on your unique case and your consultation with your surgeon, these can be performed simultaneously or as separate surgeries.


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To find out more about our customized face surgery and how these can help correct any facial asymmetry you have for an enhanced aesthetic appearance, contact our team of board-certified plastic surgeons today at 250-868-9799 or book a consultation.

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