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Overcoming the Challenges of Facial Paralysis
Whether it’s something you’ve lived with throughout your life, or the result of a sudden stroke or Bell’s palsy, the effects of facial paralysis can have a great impact on your quality of life.
2 Common Causes of Facial Paralysis
Facial paralysis can be defined as a loss of movement in the face due to severe nerve damage. This can lead to dropping or sagging on one side of the face, and is can be caused by several different conditions.