Facial Nerve Disorder is a condition wherein the nerves present inside the facial region are damaged. The facial nerves tend to control the facial movements that appear on the exteriors of the face. The most common causal factors behind most facial nerve disorders are trauma, nervous system diseases, tumors including acoustic neuroma, schwannoma, cholesteatoma, parotid tumors, and glomus tumors, toxins due to alcoholism or carbon monoxide poisoning and Bell's Palsy.
HOW IS FACIAL NERVE DISORDERS DIAGNOSED?
One of the most severe and dangerous outcomes of a facial nerve disorder is facial muscle paralysis.