The Face Looks Asymmetrical, What Is The Cause?
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Everyone is born generally with a body shape that is not symmetrical between the right and left sides. Naturally, however, this difference should not seem too obvious, or to the point of altering the function of the body part.
If you feel the differences in your body are very striking, or make it difficult for you, for example, when eating and talking, then this condition may indeed indicate a disorder. Some conditions that can trigger your complaint include:
Post-injury side effects around the jaw, cheeks and lips
Improper habits, such as chewing food on one side only, often resting on one side of the chin or cheek for a long time
Disorders of the jaw joints, cheeks, gums, or the surrounding area, for example due to dislocations, gingivitis, inflammation of the salivary glands, tumors, and so on
Nerve disorders, eg Bell's palsy, stroke
Body dysmorphic disorder, and so on
You can distinguish between the various possibilities above by going directly to the doctor. Your condition does not always require further medical treatment. If you feel that this condition is still part of the normal anatomical variation, it may not require special handling. However, if the opposite is true, the doctor may also refer you to the right specialist, for example a dentist, a surgeon, and so on.
In the meantime, try to do the following steps first:
Get used to chewing food balanced on the right and left
If there is a problem with your teeth, ask the dentist for the best treatment
Not too often on one side of the face and chin
Do facial exercises regularly
Hope it helps ..