Facial Paralysis Surgery & Functional Restoration Case Studies
Facial Paralysis Before and After Treatment Facial Paralysis Case Study # 1
Pictured above is a patient with long standing, right complete facial paralysis after removal of a giant cholesteatoma.
Here is the same patient at an eight month follow up after undergoing facial paralysis treatment with a fascia lata static sling suspension and a lip symmetry procedure.
Facial Paralysis Case Study # 2
Pictured above is a patient three months after excision of left facial nerve schwannoma.
Here is the same patient at a an eleven months post-op after receiving a left masseter-to-facial nerve transfer and cross face nerve grafting.
Facial Paralysis Case Study # 3
Pictured above is a patient of Dr. Klebuc who suffered from Moebius Syndrome making it nearly impossible for her to smile.
In the picture she is making her best effort to smile. The patient is now free to smile after having bilateral free gracilis muscle flaps for the treatment of her Moebius Syndrome.
Facial Paralysis Case Study # 4
Pictured above is Dr. Klebuc's patient fourteen months after excision of right acoustic neuroma.
Now pictured is the same patient 7 postoperative months after having a right masseter-to-facial nerve transfer and cross face nerve grafting.