Facial Reanimation Surgery

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Introduction: Facial paralysis affects all age ranges and is a functionally and psychosocially devastating condition. Unfortunately there lacks uniformity in how these patients are currently managed. We aim to review the common treatment strategies for reversible facial paralysis (cable grafting, nerve transfer). We will also describe the management of permanent facial paralysis and contrast regional muscle transfer to free muscle transfer and give an overview of the management of post paralytic facial nerve paralysis syndrome.

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