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Virus on cheek, operated on, nerve injury, unable to move facial muscles. Treatment?

hello Dr,my name is XXXXX and i am 18 when i was the age of 1 a doctor operated me because i had a a virus on my left side of the my lower cheek bone causing the doctor accidental cutting of a nerve that causes me to not move half of my face ive been living like this for 18 years is their any nerve implans or sumthing that can make it better?
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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hello sir, there is no nerve implant so far, best i can tell you is try mirrior therapy, one side which is working face it towards mirror and think that other side is working, it helps the nerve firing... lot of research is been done on mirrior therapy and has amazing results in pain and movement therapy... and also do massage on affected side helps gain blood circulation... results wont be instant but yes if you practice hard result will start ticking in slowly
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