Facial Paralysis

Facial Paralysis

Bell’s palsy is a type of facial paralysis, involving sudden facial drooping and decreased ability to move the face. Facial paralysis is the total loss of voluntary muscle movement of one side of the face.

Seventy-five per cent of cases of facial paralysis in adults are caused by an inflammation of the facial nerve called Bell’s palsy. Facial paralysis can be resolved with surgery or non-invasive facial paralysis treatments.

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