Facial asymmetry is something that everyone experiences. 100% of the population has an asymmetrical face, which explains why many people feel they have a “bad” side or a “good side,” especially when taking photos. No one’s eyes or cheekbones are perfectly identical in shape or size, but some people may notice the differences of their features more than others when they look in the mirror. Facial asymmetry can be corrected through multiple methods, such as using injectable fillers to volumize hollowing areas of the face, plump the lips, and even correct asymmetry of the nose. Facial fat transfer is another option for filling less voluminous regions. This technique involves injecting your own fat cells into shallow areas, such as the eye or jawline. Lastly, plastic surgeons can surgically correct facial asymmetry with implants for the chin, cheeks, or other areas, and through nose surgery (rhinoplasty). Keep in mind that correction will not lead to perfect symmetry, which results in an unnatural appearance. Slight asymmetry is perfectly normal, but if you are bothered by noticeable differences of your facial features, know that you have several options for correction.