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Changing Your Asymmetric Face with Korea Two Jaw Surgery

What is Asymmetric Face?

Asymmetric  face is caused due to abnormal development of face bones. Every person's face and body is a little asymmetric which is normal, but if the level of asymmetry is high, then it will cause masticatory dysfunction and problems in jaw point.

So do I have asymmetric face?

If you have correct center line but different jaw sizes or line from side to side, or if you have slanted center line with protruded mouth or short chin or long jutting chin, these symptoms are known as the Asymmetric Face.

Actually there are many causes of asymmetric face: damaged teeth or bad habit of chewing with only one side of the mouth, injury on jaw area, acquired imbalanced development of jaw, or just inborn with asymmetric face itself. The asymmetric face should be fixed because it can lead to gum or chewing problem and it might be uncomfortable. 

Now you don't need to worry or hiding yourself anymore, there is Korea two jaw surgery who can fix your asymmetric face. In Korea two jaw surgery, bone relocating surgery is required depending on the level of asymmetry but if there is slanting problem on upper jaw, shaving the upper jaw horizontally to correct the slanting angle and move the lower jaw to the center accordingly.

In Wonjin Beauty Medical Group, Asymmetry can be corrected after accurate analysis of the cause and symptoms. Accurate and systematic treatment is possible through cooperative treatment system with Wonjin Dental Clinic. So, in other ways, Wonjin provides Korea Two Jaw Surgery with orthodontic treatment. Wonjin only offer the customized surgery that will bring the best result for each individual.

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