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Facial drooping is caused by Bell's palsy, a skull fracture or face injury, head tumors, stroke, and high blood pressure. It is also caused by diabetes, Lyme disease, autoimmune diseases and Ramsay-Hunt syndrome, according to Healthline.


Patients with drooping eyelids most commonly undergo surgery or wear special eyeglasses that use a wire to extend the eyelid, according to MedlinePlus. A drooping eyelid is normally a cosmetic problem, but professional assistance is necessary if the condition affects the patient's vision or if one e


Wilting is a necessary part of the life span of a tulip, but overwatering and poor drainage can cause the tulip to wilt in an untimely fashion. Altering the size of the tulip plant can reduce the appearance of wilting, and eliminating insect pests can stop the tulip from wilting.


Drooping eyelids can be treated without surgery in rare cases by administering medicine by injection, according to EyeNet Magazine. Treating the underlying disorder responsible for the drooping eyelids can help reverse the condition, says Drugs.com.


Plastic surgeons usually perform blepharoplasty, the surgery to correct drooping eyelids, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Blepharoplasty can treat eyelid puffiness, bags under the eyes, fine wrinkles and other problems associated with excess eyelid skin.


Hypothyroidism does not cause droopy eyelids; however, many patients with hypothyroidism have droopy eyelids because hypothyroidism commonly occurs with Grave's disease, according to Klapper Eyelid & Facial Plastic Surgery and the Kellogg Eye Center. Grave's disease attacks the tissue surrounding th


The enzymes in saliva initiate the digestion process of ingested food and break down food particles that accumulate in dental crevices, protecting teeth from bacterial decay. Saliva also functions as a lubricant, permitting swallowing and preventing desiccation of the digestive tract.


Drooping eyelid surgery is covered by health insurance if it demonstrably improves vision or comfort but not if it is a cosmetic procedure, according to University of South Florida Health. Insurance companies typically require instances of medical need to be documented with photographs or proved by


Prescription medications, Botox injections and surgery are treatment options for excess saliva, according to WebMD. The doctor selects treatment based on the cause of the excess saliva.


Causes of excess saliva include eating spicy foods, medication side effects, pregnancy, problems swallowing, and certain medical conditions and diseases, according to WebMD. Poor muscle control in the mouth and face is also a common cause of excess saliva.