The bones of the left and right sides of the face are asymmetrical, the jaws on the right side are rounder, the jaws on the left side are sharper, and the midline of the teeth are not aligned.The orbits of the eyes on both sides are also asymmetrical, with one side being square and larger and the other smaller and more oblique.Maybe this is due to the fact that I used to eat with one side of my teeth, sleep on one side, and stay up late on my cell phone for a long time, etc.!Doctor I know I am very sick, but I still want to ask the doctor if I can self-correct?Is orthognathic and other surgeries too scary?If you have any suggestions, please do let me know. Thank you!
From the picture it is not very obvious.If you look more obvious yourself, you need to consider the possibility of lateral chewing, etc. It is recommended to change this chewing habit, and if you are worried, you can consider going to the hospital to have a maxillofacial CT if necessary.
Usually, it helps to avoid sleeping on one side only; avoid chewing unilaterally and chewing food on both sides at the same time when eating.In addition, orthodontic and orthognathic surgery is the main consideration to improve the appearance.Complete self-correction is very unlikely.
This is a case of asymmetrical development of the left and right side of the face is actually caused by a number of reasons, such as the frequent use of unilateral chewing or sleep often pillowed on one side of the face will lead to this asymmetry of the situation can be corrected, if it is a long time with a unilateral chewing, then use the other side of chewing, and other symptoms are the same.