Decompression of the seventh cranial nerve
   Decompression of the seventh cranial nerve is occurred when the nerve is inflamed by the skull bone canal pressure.  This pressure paralyzed the nerve. The signs are as follow: weakness on one side of the face, short term muscle spasm, eyelid ptosis, lip ptosis, tearing, saliva leakage from the paralyzed side, dry eye, dry mouth, taste disorder, and inclined smile.