The Gaunt Cheeks And Asymmetrical Chin, How To Overcome It?
Hello, I want to ask how do I deal with my right cheek more gaunt than the left cheek (normal) and my chin is also more inclined to the right. last month I also experienced aches and bone sounds in my jaw. How do I cure it first?
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Please note in advance that in the formation of a human face, it is very difficult to find a perfectly symmetrical face. The contours of your face are affected by the formation of the skull to the jaw area that gives shape to the face. Asymmetrical conditions on the face can be caused by the shape of the face that is the way it is or some abnormalities that can cause asymmetrical conditions on the face, including bruising on the facial area, swollen cheeks, swollen jaw, abnormalities in the jaw joint or other medical conditions.
It needs to be explored further about the complaints that you are experiencing, namely aches and sounds in the jawbone that you experience. Please note whether there are other complaints that cause you to experience changes in the jaw area (such as swelling in the jaw area, ever falling and injury to the jaw area, collision in the jaw area that causes bruising, pain in the gum and tooth area), since when you start to feel these changes, is there any difficulty with movement in the jaw and oral cavity, are there any difficulties and disorders during eating and swallowing, a history of facial trauma, a history of surgery or medical treatment related to the jaw area or gums and teeth.
It is advisable to consult a doctor regarding your condition so that further examination and management can be carried out. Further tests need to be done in order to detect the underlying cause of your complaint, can also be examined at the dentist if found indications for further examination of the teeth and gums. Imaging examination of the jaw and face area such as x-rays can be considered if indications are found for the examination. Avoid taking self medication without doctor's instructions, avoid consuming foods that are too hard, avoid collisions on the face and jaw area.
Hopefully this information can help you,