Category Archives: Facial Paralysis | Bell’s Palsy

The Facial Paralysis of Bell’s Palsy

We have nerves that service all areas of our body. They allow us to not only feel sensations, but they also allow us to control the muscles that create our movements. When a nerve is damaged or injured, the area served is impaired. When this happens with the facial nerve, the corresponding facial paralysis is…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2020
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Bell’s Palsy Los Angeles, CA

When Your Face Becomes Paralyzed

When people think of paralysis, they usually think of the spinal cord and lower body function. But the face can become paralyzed in a condition known as Bell’s palsy. Dr. Seruya treats this condition at his two Los Angeles locations. What is Bell’s palsy? Named after a 19th century Scottish surgeon, Bell’s palsy is the most…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2019
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Bell’s Palsy Los Angeles, CA

Bell’s Palsy

If an injury or trauma occurs to the seventh cranial nerve, the nerve also known as the “facial nerve,” the result can be paralysis of the face. This nerve damage usually only affects one side of the face, causing it to droop or become stiff on that side. Facial paralysis is often called Bell’s palsy….Read More >>

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2018
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