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We smile for lots of reasons but the bottom line is, we smile because we can, because the seventh cranial nerve does what it's supposed to do, allowing us to lift the corners of our mouths and crack a grin. Only Zayden's neurologist had ever even heard of it, but, "The neurologist didn't speak very good English." "It was a learning experience for all of us," Jennifer said. In Zayden's case, only his right eye and the right side of his mouth appear to be affected.
He requires "constant eye drops, " Jennifer said, but he's been examined several times by an ophthalmologist and so far, has no corneal erosion. Zayden is an alert baby, sitting up on his father's lap and watching with bright, intelligent eyes. The couple is hoping a cranial facial team at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia will be able to place weights in Zayden's eyelids.
A so-called "smile surger" can also be done, but Matt and Jennifer want to wait until Zayden is old enough to decide if he wants it. Kids can bge mean if anybody looks different." "I hope he's going to be tough enough that I can help him to not be picked on," said Matt, adding that he worries about sports, too, something as simple as catching a ball with one eye open all the time. He snuggled agains her while she explained how grateful she is for the support and education she's gained through the online Moebius Syndrome community. People with the syndrome "cannot smile or frown and often cannot blink or move their eyes laterally.
In some cases people with Moebius Syndrome have vision problems, speech or swallowing disorders, club feet, hearing loss, and limb abnormalities." The autism spectrum may be present as well. Hoping to educate people about what it's like to go through life without facial expressions, the first ever International Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day was celebrated yesterday, January 24th, in honor of Professor Paul Julius Moebius, who first diagnosed the disorder in 1888 and who was on this date in 1853. In support, people were asked to wear purple, the color Jennifer chose for the newspaper interview. August 8 2015 Official 2015 Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day Page Our 2014-2015 Moebiuis Syndrome Family Holiday HeroesGallery 2 Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day 2015 Video Gallery Smiling with our Hearts upon the World! We smile for lots of reasons but the bottom line is, we smile because we can, because the seventh cranial nerve does what it's supposed to do, allowing us to lift the corners of our mouths and crack a grin. In Zayden's case, only his right eye and the right side of his mouth appear to be affected. Zayden is an alert baby, sitting up on his father's lap and watching with bright, intelligent eyes.
He snuggled agains her while she explained how grateful she is for the support and education she's gained through the online Moebius Syndrome community.
People with the syndrome "cannot smile or frown and often cannot blink or move their eyes laterally.
Hoping to educate people about what it's like to go through life without facial expressions, the first ever International Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day was celebrated yesterday, January 24th, in honor of Professor Paul Julius Moebius, who first diagnosed the disorder in 1888 and who was on this date in 1853.



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