Overcoming The Cheekbones Seems To Go Deep In The History Of The Impact?
Previously good afternoon, I wanted to ask, so I guess when I was 6th and now (18) I had a collision on the right cheekbone just below the eye, and from the impact it caused my corneal eye to be at the edge of the eye (jereng) but now it is normal because of therapy, but from the impact my cheekbones are in a little bit and if you pay attention to my face it becomes less symmetrical because of the uneven cheekbones, so if I talk like one side but not too conspicuous and my face also experiences side numbness right on the impacted part, so how do I get my cheekbones back so they are like the beginning and don’t look crooked. do you have to go through the surgical process? Thank you in advance..
Severe injuries can cause bones to shift, fracture or break, besides that muscles and skin can be damaged which eventually makes their shape become prominent due to the formation of scar tissue or even appear sunken due to loose muscle / skin tissue so even though the wound is already injured recovered but that part is not filled with new tissue.
The information given gives the impression that the injury is quite severe, so that the shape of the face becomes symmetrical and even the movement of the jaw changes and tends to tilt on one side. To correct this, reconstructive surgery is usually required. Reconstructive surgery itself is a medical discipline that focuses on restoring appearance (in this case the shape of the face) and function (oblique jaw movement) back to normal or for aesthetic purposes only. Therefore, Eka is expected to consult with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon (dr. Sp.BP-RE) first to conduct an assessment of the need for surgery.
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