Moebius syndrome is a rare neurological condition that primarily affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. It is characterized by weakness or paralysis (palsy) of multiple cranial nerves, most often the 6th (abducens) and 7th (facial) nerves. The signs and symptoms of this condition are present from birth. If the 7th nerve is involved, the individual with Moebius syndrome is unable to smile, frown, pucker the lips, raise the eyebrows, or close the eyelids. If the 6th nerve is affected, the eye cannot turn outward past the midline [1-3].