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Bell’s Palsy

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Bell’s palsy

Bell’s Palsy is a disease that paralyses one side of the face mostly resulting from dysfunction of the cranial (facial) nerve causing unable to control facial muscles of the affected side. A person who has Bell’s palsy cannot wrinkle the forehead or close the eye. The mouth sags on one side. With effort, the victim can move the facial muscles on the healthy side but the face is distorted because the muscles on the other […]