Beverly Hills Facial Paralysis Correction Surgery

Facial paralysis and asymmetry can have a traumatic effect on a person, often times resulting in a distorted face and the loss of functionality. As part of our facial reconstructive surgery treatment, Dr. Ben Talei, a dual board certified facial plastic surgeon of the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery offers facial paralysis correction surgery for those suffering from this debilitating circumstance.

Nerve damage can happen as a result of Bell’s palsy, acoustic neuroma or a traumatic facial injury. The nerves in the face do more than allow us to feel. Furthermore, damaging these important nerves can cause one’s face to appear imbalanced and asymmetrical.

Facial expressions can be distorted and cause droopiness of various facial features, like the eyebrow, eyelid, nostrils, cheeks and lips. Beyond the cosmetic appearance of these distortions, patients can experience difficulty in chewing, drinking and communicating.

Dr. Talei’s facial paralysis correction surgery has a great success rate in restoring a patient’s facial balance and ability to make symmetrical facial expressions. What’s more, this procedure can help patients with chewing, drinking and talking more normally.

Dr. Talei has dual fellowship training in facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery and vascular birthmarks and congenital anomalies with laser surgery. With a delicate hand in surgery and keen, artistic eye, you can trust that Dr. Talei is the most skilled surgeon for your procedure.

If you are suffering from facial paralysis, contact the facial paralysis correction surgery at the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery to schedule your consultation with Dr. Talei. During that time, you can fully explain the source of your paralysis or asymmetry, as this will help him prescribe the right course of treatment. While there are no guarantees, facial paralysis surgery is highly recommended and can dramatically change a person’s quality of life.


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