Federico Biglioli

Federico Biglioli was born in the Alps the 29th of July 1967. After medical degree in 1992, and Specialization in Maxillo-facial Surgery in 1997, he concentrated his study and efforts toward microsurgical reconstruction, specializing also in Microsurgery. His current main field of interest are facial palsy treatment, oral nerve lesions and post-oncological microsurgical reconstructions. Currently he is Full Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery at Milan University, Chief of the Head and Neck Department, the Maxillofacial Surgical Unit and the Facial Palsy and Oral Nerve Lesion Centre at San Paolo of Milan – Italy.

Triple Innervation for Facial Reanimation

Recent facial palsy requires reinnervation of mimetic muscles to correct morphological and aesthetic deficits. Surgery must take account of the static symmetry together with main movements restoration. Nowadays, though restitutio and integrum is not possible, triple innervation ensures the best complete and stable results. A detailed description of the technique and results is given.