What is the cause of facial asymmetry?
Facial imbalance (asymmetry) can generally vary depending on pelvic distortion, jaw joint deformation, circulation problems in the posterior part of the face, development status of the masticatory and buccinator muscles of the lwoer joints, or poor eating habits and lifestyle. In particular, the habit of cupping one’s chin frequently and chewing food only on one side easily breaks the balance of the face shape. The problem of imbalance leads to imbalance of the pelvis as well as the face. This can be the main cause of deformation to the vertebrae and neck bones, and can also be a problem with the bowed leg or bent leg due to the deformation of the knee joint. This can be a major cause of facial asymmetry due to deformation of the upper and lower body areas.