[Serious] How does scoliosis affect looks?

fobos

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Except for looking deformed shirtless. Does it affect face in any way?
 

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Posture affects facial growth and neck circumference.
 

fobos

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I have scoliosis and one side of my face is more developed, idk if it's connected somehow
 

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Well I am pretty sure my scoliosis was the main cause for my back injury in the middle of my spine so I can never workout ever again so I would say it has played an enormous part in looks.
 

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Well I am pretty sure my scoliosis was the main cause for my back injury in the middle of my spine so I can never workout ever again so I would say it has played an enormous part in looks.
How did that injury happend? Was the scoliosis strong?
 

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It affects your body posture, which can affect your neck muscles and cause improper head posture similar to torticollis, a condition that is also common in people with scoliosis, resulting in asymmetrical facial development in children.
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Your shoulders will tend to be uneven if you have scoliosis. That in turn, I'm thinking could affect your facial development
 

TheGoodGuy

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How did that injury happend? Was the scoliosis strong?
Damn you asked me so long ago sorry for not answering.

No my scoliosis is only 10 degrees and isn´t that noticeable and although my back injury isn´t exactly in the bone it´s in the muscles or something in the middle of my spine so it hurts even if I have to shift gears while driving.
 

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