Surgical Approach for Facial Asymmetry
Facial asymmetry is a common chief complaint, although patients might have other sagittal or vertical jaw imbalances concomitantly. According to our previous study, up to 80% of patients with skeletal class III malocclusion have facial asymmetry. In this group of patients, it is quite often to see the asymmetry of not only the bony skeleton but also the soft tissue. The treatments are challenging and the stability is difficult to predict. We share our experience and the ways to improve the outcomes.