Facial paralysis treatment will depend on the patient's age, the degree of muscular atrophy, the time that has passed since paralysis first appeared, and the patient's expectations.

Dynamic restoration techniques aim to restore nerve function and, consequently, muscle function. A treatment proposal will be prepared according to the level of paralysis (acute if less than 3 weeks, intermediate if less than 2 years, or chronic if more than 2 years).

Static surgery may be recommended for patients with facial paralysis that is chronic, temporary or in a recovery stage, as well as for patients who do not want complex surgery but who require an improvement in their appearance and quality of life.

Static suspension (tightening threads to tighten flaccid skin) is an alternative for patients who do not want surgical intervention. This technique also complements dynamic and static forms of surgery.