Modified Selective Neurectomy with Symmetrical Facial Repositioning.

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Summary of "Modified Selective Neurectomy with Symmetrical Facial Repositioning."

There are no surgical techniques described to treat synkinesis and concurrent facial asymmetry. We describe our innovative and effective approach and technique. To improve the spontaneous smile mechanism as well as facial symmetry in patients with synkinesis not only during the smile mechanism but also at rest. Surgical pearls-surgical technique description. Private practice. Patients who underwent the operation.


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Name: Facial plastic surgery & aesthetic medicine
ISSN: 2689-3622
Pages: 57-60


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