Facial asymmetry increases with age, researchers reveal

The latest findings may provide guidelines for facial plastic surgery going forward

Asymmetry in the face increases as consumers age, according to new research published in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal that is thought to have implications for how surgeons approach facial reconstructive surgery.

Achieving a more symmetrical face is one of the key reasons many consumers choose to undertake plastic surgery.

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