Facial ticks cause

Tics most often occur in children, but may last into adulthood. Tics occur 3 to 4 times as often in boys as girls. Tics may affect as many as one quarter of all children at some time. Short-lived tics transient tic disorder are common in childhood. A chronic motor tic disorder also exists. It may last for years.

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Facial tics: Types, disorders, and treatment

The concept of infections triggering motor and vocal tics is not new. In , a case series was published describing three boys who developed tics following surgery for sinusitis. For example, Group A strep infections can cause a sudden onset of tics in a child or adolescent who is genetically susceptible. It is not rare but often goes unrecognized by many clinicians.
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Facial Tic Disorder

Hemifacial spasm HFS is an involuntary twitching or contraction of the facial muscles on one side of the face. Medication, surgery, and Botox injections are treatment options to stop the spasms and relieve the discomfort. Each treatment offers benefits, but each has limitations.
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Facial tics are uncontrollable spasms in the face, such as rapid eye blinking or nose scrunching. They may also be called mimic spasms. Although facial tics are usually involuntary, they may be suppressed temporarily. A number of different disorders can cause facial tics. They occur most often in children, but they can affect adults as well.
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