Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patients with Bell’s Palsy: Our Experience

@inproceedings{Rajapur2015ProsthodonticRO,
  title={Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patients with Bell’s Palsy: Our Experience},
  author={Anand Rajapur and Nirban Mitra and Venkatachalam Prakash and Sajad Ahmad Rah and Sagar Thumar},
  booktitle={Journal of international oral health : JIOH},
  year={2015}
}
Bell's palsy is an idiopathic unilateral lower motor neuron paresis or paralysis of the facial nerve of sudden onset. It involves loss of muscular control on the affected side of the face. This paper reports the prosthodontic management of patients with Bell's palsy and also describes a technique to stabilize the jaw movements in complete denture patients using interim dentures. A 65-year-old male edentulous patient and a 55-year-old female edentulous patient reported to the department of… CONTINUE READING

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