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Old 06-27-2012, 04:50 AM   #1
 
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Default Fixing a bad mouth-line (in what way can surgery fix this?)

Currently, I have asymmetric mouth lines. However, the aspect of asymmetry does not bother me in the least. The problem is that the mouth line on the right side of my face (your left in the images) is much worse looking than the mouth line on my left. My mouth and mouth line on the right side appears to be droopy, and it has a very old and unpleasing look to it (it seems to have a Nicholas Cage - style mouth line).

For a while, I always found that there was something that I really despised in the look of my face, but I actually couldn't pin point what disturbed me the most. I took some videos of my face just talking and making different facial expressions to see if this mouth line really affected my looks, and after analyzing it a lot, I think it is one of the biggest problems with my face aesthetically. I have included images, which unfortunately, do not seem to do enough to show how bad it looks, but give a good idea nonetheless. In the 2nd image, I mirrored each side of my face to show how each mouth line would look if mirrored, just to show that that even if the bad mouth line was symmetric, it would still look bad.

Does anybody know what specifics of a face-lift surgery could fix this type of problem?





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