dr. lam wrote:hmm, tough one for several reasons:
1. you really cannot fix asymmetry during movement when it is not bad at rest. if you make it look better during movement, it will look worse at rest, which would be unacceptable. movement is a product of muscle pull. you really cannot fix that for the lower face. for the upper face like the eyes, botox can be used but that is an expensive ongoing option to fix asymmetry. i use botox as an amazing way for rejuvenation and wrinkle reduction. for ongoing symmetry fixing in a 26 year old that makes no sense unless you are a model and it affects your career. that being said again, it will not help the cheeks only the forehead and eye area.
2. you are young, do not do anything permanent. too much of a risk in my opinion. your face will change and so will your brain about what bothers you. just do not do anything too much right now that you cannot undo later.
3. stop looking at symmetry i really think it is over played. focus on balance to look better. to understand that, watch this video:
thanks for the kind remarks
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