A well-balanced, nice-looking and natural effect is gained to your skin. After doing surgical treatment in face you can expect good results. The facial nerve is generally present over a mid-fossa craniotomy, and surgery is done in the mastoid bone which lies directly behind the outer ear.
Sectors of the skinny canal are then unroofed, and the nerve is carefully threatened from surgical trial as it lie on top bone which is removed. By removing the overlying bone, the nerve is free to expand, thus relieving the compression that results in ischemia and neurapraxia.
Facial nerve decompression refers to exposure of the facial nerve along with the length of its bony canal in the activist bone. It is indicated when the nerve dysfunction is related to compression of an inflamed nerve within the bony canal, causing a pungent of the nerve in the narrowed space.