I have just published an article on facial palsy treatment for the online health magazine 'Total Health'. It provides an overview of management of patients with what can be a very socially and functionally disabling condition. It is also surprisingly common with up to 25,000 people affected by Bell's palsy every year in the UK. There are many treatments available depending on the nature of the disability and the nerve dysfunction. This is a subspecialist area I am keenly interested in - both treating patients and engaging in research to improve outcomes.
You can read it here: Facial Reanimation - putting the smile back in patients with a facial nerve disorder