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About Dr. Klebuc

International surgeon focused on ground breaking techniques to restore functional facial movements and smile restoration. Dr. Klebuc is the director of the Center for Facial Paralysis Surgery and Functional Restoration at the ...

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Cross Face Nerve Graft

Smile Restoration and Nerve Grafts including the innovative babysitter procedure provide new options for muscle and facial movement.

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Bell's Palsy & Facial Paralysis Restoration

Treatments for both surgical and non-surgical effects of Bell's Palsy and Facial Paralysis.

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Surgical Rehabilitation

Facial nerve and muscle recovery from injuries and illness.

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Brow Symmetry

Facial symmetry and unobstructed vision with nerve grafts to improve eyebrow control.

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Restoring Eye Closure

Gold Eyelid weights, nerve damage repairs and surgical options.

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Smile Restoration

Restore muscle and nerve control for facial balance and complete smile.

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Lower Lip Symmetry

Options for muscle training, Botox, myectomy surgery and cross face nerve grafts restore even smiles.

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Refinement Procedures

Face, neck and brow lift procedures can be utilized to improve facial balance

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Dr. Michael Klebuc - Facial Paralysis Doctor in Houston, TX

Doctor Klebuc is the director of the Center for Facial Paralysis Surgery and Functional Restoration at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. Dr. Klebuc is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and he performs plastic and reconstructive surgery. He specializes in microsurgery and facial paralysis reconstruction.

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Dr. Michael Klebuc

Located in Houston, Texas

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Located in the heart of Houston's world-renowned Texas Medical Center, this acute care complex serves over 400,000 domestic and international patients each year.

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Dr. Klebuc Leading Medicine Feature Article ...

Dr. Klebuc and Houston Methodist Hospital System featured an article in Leading Medicine Magazine focused ...

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How Has Facial Paralysis Affected You?

When the facial nerve is damaged our expressions often betray us. The face refuses to ...

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