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Acquired facial paralysis is usually the result of the following:
Symptoms may include:
Our team of physicians considers the following when diagnosing facial paralysis:
Each of these is important for creating a comprehensive treatment plan.
Congenital facial paralysis is diagnosed as:
Our plastic surgeons have the expertise and experience to diagnose and recommend treatment for all types of facial paralysis. Our doctors consult with each other often, are leaders in their field and conduct research in the best methods of treating facial paralysis.
At our Center, we work with patients and their families to give them excellent results through surgery, pain management and rehabilitation therapies. These efforts are rewarded with excellent outcomes, gratified patients and a return to a satisfying quality of life.