Facial asymmetry increases with age

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Facial asymmetry increases with age<br><br>

In the new issue of November 2018, the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery reports the study that compares the changes in the aging face. Using 3D imaging technology, the correlation between the increase in facial asymmetry in the elderly is highlighted. According to the observations of the researchers, the asymmetry was located more in the lower two thirds of the face. The study points out that the combination of restoration and additional asymmetry is very important for the overall effort to rejuvenate the image of our face.