Asymmetrical Face Exercises
- Asked by LeilaniR
- 5 months ago
The right side of my face is higher than the other And I heard that doing facial exercises can help fix facial asymmetry but im not sure what exercises to do so if you could recommend some facial exercises that will help fix my face and make it more symmetrical that will really help
Thank you for your question. Facial exercises will do little to nothing to correct asymmetry of the face. See a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and have your facial muscles evaluated for symmetry. I hope this helps.
Asymmetrical face exercises
We all have facial asymmetry to some degree, and there can be a number of reasons as to why you may be experiencing obvious asymmetry. In general, facial asymmetry may be due to the following: 1) Genetic predisposition 2) Muscle atrophy in a given area 3) Facial nerves
Facial exercises will not likely help, and an in-person assessment would be advised to determine how you may improve asymmetry that may be more noticeable. I hope this helps, and good luck to you.
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Asymmetric face exercises
I too have heard this. But that does not mean that these exercises will work. I would keep an open mind but be aware of the fact that this may not resolve the problem.
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Hi. I don't think that facial exercises will help with your asymmetry. I have done unilateral facelifts for patients with facial paralysis, but I don't think that excercises will work for you.
Not going to help
You should come in for a consultation here at the Boriscosmetic Center in Los Angeles. There are a few things that we can probably do to make you feel more confident. If you are not in the area we can also do a virtual consultation. Let us know. Good luck
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Exercises for facial assymetry
If you have an asymmetry after a facelift I would see your plastic surgeon to determine the cause. In general asymmetry cannot be helped by facial exericizes
Facial Exercises for Asymmetry
Thank you for the question. In terms of asymmetry, facial exercises will not likely correct differences in tissue placement (one side higher than the other, etc.). However, if you have a slight nerve weakness after a facelift, and this is causing some asymmetry, exercises can be helpful in some cases. Best of luck!
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Asymmetrical Face Exercises
Exercises won't correct facial asymmetries. I would recommend seeing a Plastic Surgeon to determine what is causing the asymmetry. Once you know what is causing the asymmetry, then you will be able to go over options for correction.
Exercises to fix facial asymmetry?
Thank you for your question. Facial exercises probably won't have any real or lasting effect on your facial asymmetry. There are a lot of surgical and non-surgical procedures that can. If there is a problem with volume, i.e. one side of your face has a more prominent cheek or jaw than the other, then fat grafting, fillers, or implants can help. If one side of your face is lower or sags more than the other, various types of lifts, as in face lift, brow lift, eyelid lift, etc. can help.
Pablo Prichard, MD
Exercises for facial asymmetry
Thank you for asking about facial exercises for asymmetry.
- Facial exercises won't correct facial asymmetry,
- The question is - what is the cause of your asymmetry.
- It might be complex, e.g. bone structure, or simple - over activity of a few facial muscles.
- Consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and see if together you can find a cause and treatment for your asymmetry. Best wishes.
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