Bell’s palsy/Facial Palsy is a condition that causes a temporary paralysis of the muscles in the face. It can occur when the nerve that controls your facial muscles becomes inflamed, swollen or compressed.The condition causes one side of your face to droop or become stiff. You will feel difficulty in smiling or closing your eye on the affected side.
Other symptoms that may occur:
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Facial Palsy prevention is possible with these tips. Facial Palsy prevention is an important part of your lifestyle. Here are a few steps to Facial Palsy prevention.
By taking advantage of these tips, you can prevent facial injury and infection. Facial Palsy prevention is important not just for your health but your appearance.
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Facial palsy is a condition where the muscles of facial function and expression are paralysed due to injury or disease of the Facial nerve. It can cause difficulty in activities like blinking, smiling, eating, drinking.
Some of the common causes of Facial nerve palsy are:
Yes. Treatment options depend on the type of facial paralysis you have and how long you’ve been affected. We may still be able to improve your facial function and symmetry.
Physiotherapy is one of the most important aspects of the treatment of Facial palsy. Physiotherapy is crucial before and after surgery to maintain the tone of the muscles. Some patients like Bell’s palsy patients or partial injury patients might only require physiotherapy alone.
Some people develop tightness or twitching in certain parts of their face as they recover. Botox® and other injections relax your facial muscle. This reduces spasming or twitching and helps your face move more naturally.
Synkinesis is involuntary twitching or movement that happens when you’re trying to move a completely different part of your face. This occurs when the nerve is injured but not cut through.