Left profile you can see a small bump, and the other side doesn't. What should I do?
My Profiles Look Different. What Should I Do? (photo)
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Asymmetric facial features
Be healthy and be well,
James M. Ridgway, MD, FACS
Facial Asymmetries Are Normal
Facial asymmetries are normal and it is when they exceed a given limit that they become unbearable to most of us.
With that perspective, your profile modified photo to the right is different than the one to the left because it looks like your chin was modified in addition to your nose.
This is why, a rhinoplasty with a chin implant and some neck lipo-contouring will provide a well rounded package for a major and suitable change to bring out your facial beauty.
That being said please remember that commendable results require an exceptionally skilled surgeon to perform the surgery and settling for anything less than that increases the chances of additional corrective surgeries dramatically.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for your inquiry.
The best of luck to you.
It is Common to have Asymmetry of your Face
When I see consulting patients for Rhinoplasty I use a digital imagining computer. With the computer I can divide the face and put both left sides together and both right sides together and you would be surprised to see the assymetry that appears. No two sides of the face from frontal view are the same nor is the profile. When doing surgery this is all taken into consideration and a surgical plan is developed to make symmetry of the entire face. The process of surgery is to achieve symmetry to the entire facial structures keeping in mind all of the patients anatomy. This is not a concern and is addressed in all surgical patients. A thorough evaluation and examination will determine a proper surgical plan. You are an excellent candidate for Rhinoplasty with Chin Augmentation that will provide you with excelent aesthetic results.
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