When facial nerve damage has been sustained, a patient may experience paralysis of areas of the face. These situations can be treated at The Maas Clinic.
One issue that can affect patients suffering from facial paralysis is the inability to close one’s eyelid(s). Without a way to naturally stop the drying of the eyes, there is an increased risk for damage to the corneas. If you’re suffering from paralysis as a result of facial nerve damage, we highly recommend getting in contact as soon as possible.
Schedule a consultation to learn more about treatment of facial nerve damage symptoms by contacting our office. Dr. Corey Maas is double-board-certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and has a great deal of experience with facial paralysis treatment.