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Facial Exercises for Those with Facial Droop
Facial droop is one of the most recognizable symptoms of Bell’s palsy. Also referred to as Facial paralysis, facial droop is the result of damage to the facial nerve or muscles. Many stroke victims also suffer from facial droop, and this is often the most emotionally difficult symptom for people to deal with.

Facial Reanimation

Facial Reanimation
New York Facial Paralysis is an establishment focused on all causes of facial paralysis and reanimation. Dr. O is a facial plastic surgeon trained in facial paralysis and reanimation. If you’re wondering what exactly is facial reanimation, continue reading to see if this treatment might be a good solution for your facial paralysis.
If You Have Hemifacial Spasms
If you have hemifacial spasms, you suffer from an involuntary twitching or contraction of muscles on one side of your face. Most likely your spasms begin at your eye and progresses downward over time. Your facial nerve (cranial nerve VII or 7th nerve) is responsible for controlling the movement of your face.
Football And Facial Nerve Damage
College and fall football season is upon us. For many, the wait for it to arrive seemed endless. On August 25, 2018 the doors swung open for college players and spectators alike. On December 8, 2018 the doors will close and we all will have to wait until next year for the thrill of the game to return back to us.