An asymmetric or imbalanced chin can cause the face to look off-centered when viewed from the front.
If mild, chin imbalance can be corrected with osteotomy (breaking the bone) and adjustment of the off-centered fragment.
Also known as "jaw moving," the operation's initial incision is placed inside the mouth and creates no external scars. The bone is then fractured, moved, and stabilized with metal plates and screws.
Patients with more noticeable chin asymmetry often also have associated mandibular asymmetry that necessitates jawbone reduction surgery at the same time in order to obtain acceptable facial balance.
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