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The Signs of Facial Nerve Disorders


When over 50% of facial nerve fibers are disrupted, the facial muscles can’t respond normally. This condition creates a facial nerve disorder. For instance, nerve fibers have electrical impulses that tell the facial muscles to create expressions that indicated emotions like crying, laughing, frowning. These facial nerves also carry nerve impulses to tear glands, saliva […] ... more

Bell’s Palsy: The Facial Nerve Condition You Should Know About


Bell’s Palsy is a condition where the muscles on one side of the face become paralyzed or weakened. It is characterized by a drooped or stiff look on one side of the face. Let’s discuss common questions that patients have about this facial nerve condition. What causes Bell’s Palsy? Bell’s Palsy is the result of […] ... more