There is a long list of medical issues we could help our patients with: migraines, TMJ, HIV-related lipoatrophy, hyperhidrosis, & now asymmetry & muscle spasms after Facial Nerve paralysis.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
“There is a long list of medical issues we could help our patients with,” says Masha Banar, PA-C of Visage Sculpture cosmetic clinic, "migraines, TMJ, HIV-related lipoatrophy, hyperhidrosis, and now asymmetry and muscle spasms after Facial Nerve paralysis." (Visage Sculpture ABC News spot on Bell's Palsy treatment)
Facial nerve paralysis can be transient (as in the case of Bell’s palsy or Lyme disease) or permanent (due to stroke or physical damage to the nerve). It results in deactivation of muscles of expressions on one side of the face. Very often contralateral side of the face starts making up for the lost balance and pulling with extra force. It often makes the asymmetry even more noticeable and results in a lot of discomfort for the patient while talking (link).
Synkinesis is another issue patients could deal with after facial nerve was damaged and starts regenerating incorrectly. It’s the condition when muscles of the affected side are out of sync and are forced to contract involuntary with odd timing (link).
Patients can have great relief of these disturbing symptoms with the help of products like Botox and Dysport. These neurotoxins relax the muscles that are pulling with extra force for several months and significantly improve patient’s quality of life.
Complimentary consultation can be scheduled by calling at (617) 501-7055 or via e-mail. Office is located at 31 Channing Street, Newton Corner, MA 02458.
About Visage Sculpture
Visage Sculpture is premier Cosmetic Center dedicated to helping people look and feel more attractive, refreshed, and youthful in the most natural gentle way. Founded by Masha Banar, Board Certified Physician Associate, with more than a decade of experience in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, it has been featured on ABC News for its unique alternatives to surgical procedures (non-surgical rhinoplasty and TMJ treatment).
About Masha Banar, PA-C
Masha is a National Educator for Sculptra Aesthetic and teaches facial anatomy and injection techniques to Physicians and Nurses. She has treated thousands of patients and has one of the busiest practice on the East Coast. Masha worked with Sculptra long before it was FDA approved for cosmetic indication, and treated hundreds of cases of HIV lipoatrophy with the product.
Masha’s innovation, non-surgical rhinoplasty (or nose job), has been featured on the local news channel and remains the most popular procedure offered in the clinic. Her extensive experience combined with artistic background and intuitive appreciation of proportions of the face brings ease to all procedures offered.