Reply To: Asymmetrical Face Correction

Jeet Singh

Photo consultations are usually free unless you ask them to do stuff like 3D rendering, we’re building out a feature where you can send photos to clinics.

Here are clinics that specialize in facial contouring, they have English representatives who can answer emails:

We’re also working on populating this directory with as many clinics as possible. For now, you will see links to the English site located at the bottom of each clinic listing.

It’s best to get a consultation by a doctor first. What we recommend is to first seek a consultation from at least two top surgeons in your local country. You want to find surgeons who are specialists in maxillofacial surgery. Do a little local research and check out their sites, before & after photos, email consult and try to see them in person if you can.

All Surgeons Are Not Created Equal

One thing to note is that all surgeons are not created equal. One surgeon may say one thing and another may say something else due to their knowledge, skills and experience. Sometimes surgeons will not recommend a technique or method because he/she may simply not be comfortable or competent enough in performing it. They might say, “You shouldn’t get that procedure.” When what they might mean is – “I don’t have enough experience in that method or technique to recommend it.”

In my opinion, Seoul clinics are leading the way in facial contouring and they have performed the surgery so much that they have even innovated new techniques that have not been fully documented yet in medical journals.

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