Facial paresis is a condition associated with VII cranial nerve function loss.
The facial nerve has an intricate course; It innervates up to 20 muscles and
consists of parasympathetic, afferent somatic, efferent, and branchiomotor
fibers. The severity of facial paresis manifestation depends on the underlying
cause. It can be permanent or temporary. Facial reconstructive surgery
approaches treating facial paresis can be divided into two groups static and
dynamic. The dynamic treatment approach addresses function while static treats
facial deformities. All up-mentioned techniques represent a major surgical
intervention lasting more than 12 hours with limited outcomes.
Thanks to Aptos Threads unique designs improvement of facial symmetry and functionality
can be achieved. Positioning Aptos threads in subcutaneous tissue gives
fission ability to elevate, fixate and create a volume of tissue in
THE MINI-INVASIVE PROCEDURES ELABORATED BY APTOS COMPANY ARE AIMING TO REDUCE
FUNCTIONAL AND AESTHETIC PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH FACIAL PARALYSIS WITHOUT
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