facial reanimation

facial reanimation

the use of surgical procedures to improve facial appearance and motion in facial paralysis.
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The vast majority of patients (97%) underwent facial reanimation.
Official sources at Burn Centre said that the surgeries included nerve injuries, fat grafting, facial reanimation, contracture, bone coverage flap, tendon repair and grafting and vascular malformation repair.
Changing perception: Facial reanimation surgery improves attractiveness and decreases negative facial perception.
Tenders are invited for the department of plastics surgery, with particular emphasis on cleft and facial reanimation surgery at the children~~s university hospital, temple street seeks rft for the supply of an operating microscope.
Topics of the 13 papers include management of the paralyzed brow, nerve substitutions in facial reconstruction, management of the upper eyelid complex, facial reanimation with free tissue transfer, and management of the nasal valve.
Undavia is Board Certified in Otolaryngology, and specializes in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Facial Reanimation Otolaryngology, and Head and Neck Surgery.
In 17 chapters, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, otolaryngologists, and other specialists from the US explain management of the dissatisfied patient, complications in the cosmetic office setting, and complications involving anesthesia, locoregional flap reconstruction of facial defects, skin resurfacing, upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty, brow rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, facelift, facial implantation and trauma repair, facial reanimation, surgical correction of congenital anomalies, orthognathic surgery, and hair restoration.
Temporalis tendon transfer as part of a comprehensive approach to facial reanimation.
The primary goal of all facial reanimation protocols is to restore facial movement that is controlled, symmetrical and spontaneous," the authors write.
Among the topics are soft tissue reconstruction of the face and neck, ear reconstruction, reconstructing the midface, principles of evaluating and repairing facial fractures, mandible reconstruction, facial reanimation, eyelid and peri-orbital reconstruction, and cleft palate repair.
The application of end-to-side neurorrhaphy in the clinical setting is currently a field in growth and has been used in braquial plexus repair, facial reanimation techniques and other peripheral nerve repair (1,3,4,5).
Hypoglossal-facial nerve interpositional-jump graft for facial reanimation without tongue atrophy.