Facial Paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)

Paralysis of the face can be the result of a traumatic injury, surgery, tumors, stroke, or infection. The aesthetic, functional and psychological impact of facial paralysis cannot be overstated. Dr. Bader offers the most advanced treatments and procedures to restore the natural appearance and function of a paralyzed face.

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What To Expect

Facial paralysis should be evaluated as soon as possible. Tests such as an audiogram, blood tests, CT scan and/or MRI may be needed depending on specific history and physical examination. There are effective treatments for Bell’s palsy when it is diagnosed early, which often include short courses of high doses of steroids and anti-viral medications.

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The Bader Difference

As a facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Bader has unique expertise in diagnosing and treating facial paralysis. He offers innovative non-surgical and surgical therapies to restore facial function and movement. From minimally invasive surgeries to muscle relaxing injections, Dr. Bader has the solutions.

Have Confidence in Dr. Bader

Dr Bader is a very experienced facial plastic surgeon who has performed treated facial paralysis since 2010. He is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon. He has been named a D Magazine Best Doctor, voted by his peers, every year since 2013.

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