The facial symmetry is a major influence on how attractive one’s face is. The more symmetric two facial halves are, the more they are perceived as attractive. Off all the factors that contribute to the judgment of beauty, facial symmetry is often rated as most important.
While some amounts of facial asymmetry are acceptable, and maybe even desired, significant facial asymmetry can cause major distress to the patient .
Mostly facial asymmetry problems affect just one facial area. Often it may really be the whole side of the face from the forehead down through the chin. Some asymmetries really require close inspection to see their full extent. Many typical facial asymmetry problems include such issues as chin/jawline deviation, vertical facial shortening,eye displacement, eyebrow lowering, forehead protrusion or retrusions and nasal deviations.