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Facial Palsy Due to Birth Trauma There can be temporary damage to the baby's facial nerves that corrects itself within a few days but there can be permanent damage to the baby's facial nerves from birth trauma.
The facial nerve, or the seventh cranial nerve has both sensory and motor functions. For sensory, it is involved with taste on the anterior 2/3 portion of the tongue. For motor, is controls facial expressions, as well as tear, nasal, and palatine glands.