I have slightly hypoplastic asymmetry in my face and I want prices for jaw correction surgery or something? (Photos)
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Your upper and lower jaws are 'tilted' and the base of the nose 'sits' on the upper jaw; so it is tilted as well. This is quite common. One side of the lower jaw grows longer, swinging the chin off center; and the upper jaw 'follows' and despite a good 'bite', the 'bite plane' is tilted.
A maxillofacial surgeon will give you more information. The correction is very 'basic' to a Maxillofacial surgeon. Further 'detailed' work on the jawline can follow if you still feel you want more idealized symmetry.
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