Can you help me solve my mysterious puffy cheek issue?
Hi, you should consider having a thorough examination and possible XRAY analysis under the care of a local ENT surgeon to rule out a Parotid mass among other things. If that turns out negative then you have the excess fat decreased in the area.Hope this helps.
is entirely 'normal' but is it simply soft tissue or do you truly have a larger fat pad on the left side as suggested by Dr. M? It could be your muscle on that side or some other disorder Only an exam would help define this and lead to a diagnosis. Then options for treating this should be discussed and you can pick what is best for you (thinner face or wider face).
Unilateral buccal fat pad hypertrophy causing facial asymmetry
Your condition is actually quite common The buccal fat pad on your L side appears disproportionately full compared to the opposite side. It is a relatively simple procedure to reduce the L sided buccal fat pad to achieve greater facial symmetry.An in person examination would confirm this diagnosis and the feasibility of the procedure.