my mother had extensive work on her teeth. For a while she had no teeth on one side and it seemed like her mouth was lopsided and she began speaking funny. She thought perhaps she had a mini stroke. She had an mri and cat scan and tests were negative. She had her implants and now she has facial spasms. When she first wakes up in the morning she is usually fine. Going towards the afternoon her face starts to spasm. She says she feel like it is moving towards her eye. She goes to bed early and takes pills so she doesn't need to deal with the pain. She went to a neurologist who wasn't sure what it was but discussed it with his colleague and decided on botox. We sent her to someone in Prespeteyian and the doctor wasn't sure but said maybe parkinson's. She has claimed that it is hard for her to write at times. We are at a loss of what to do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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