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Got facial palsy after surgery. 14 months out have spasm in orbicularis oris. Is their definitive treatment other than botox to stop this ex. Surgery?
I have developed aberrant fibers 4m orbicularis oculi to oris after left TMJ surgery because of TMJ#.is there any cure? Left cheek moves up when I close left eye
Maybe Botox: Sounds like you had an injury to the facial nerve and some of the regenerating nerve fiber got crossed. Difficult problem. Botox may help. Seek advice from your TMJ surgeon. If that is not helpful, see another TMJ surgeon for a second opinion. Hopefully one who used botox. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 24 years old with mild plagiocephaly and I don't want it to get any worse. Is that possible for the skull to keep changing? oris that only infant
My cheek is abit chubby on the side of my mouth. Its right on the Depressor anguli oris and the right side is thicker than left. How to get rid of it?
Be examined: by a plastic surgeon. It could be asymmetric muscle hypertrophy secondary to a particular habitual animation, or minor lipodystrophy. Less likely are mucous cyst or other lesions. The treatment is unlikely to be very complicated. Are you an engineer by any chance? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
25 yr old intermittent fleeting.rib pain common.for only symptom for.lung.cancer, oris.it.advanced disease symptom. 9 yr history quit mnth ago?
38 weks pregnant and just started getting a burning pain in right hip when sitting or laying down should I contact my ob oris it nonormal?
Sciatica: This sounds like sciatic nerve irritation or a superficial nerve irritation. Lay on the other side. ...Read more
No unless: Unless you have a superficial fungal infection, it would do nothing for you. However there is some evidence that pityrosporum orbicularis (a normal skin fungal resident after puberty) may sensitize some people and worsen their eczema however I have yet seen one. In this case, an anti-fungal cream may potentially be helpful. ...Read more
There are about 20:: Auricularis anterior , buccinator, corrugated supercilii, depressor anguli oris, depressor labii inferioris, depressor septi nasii, frontalis, levator anguli oris, levator labii superioris, levator labii superioris alaeque nasi, mentalis, modiolus, nasalis, orbicularis oculi, orbicularis oris, platysma, procerus, zygomatic us major. Zygomaticus minor. ...Read more
Blepharospasm: The flicker in your eyelid is a condition called blepharospasm. This is caused by nerves firing uncontrollably, stimulating your orbicularis muscle to contract. If this doesn't resolve on its own, the treatment is Botox injections to these areas, the effect of the Botox will last approximately 3-4 months before its recurs. ...Read more